Rick Admani, Co-Founder and CEO of Prodigy Diabetes Care, and now UniStrip Technologies, was a newcomer to the highly competitive blood glucose monitoring market in 2006. Prodigy introduced one of the first low cost, blood glucose meter and strips for the visually impaired.
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Would you be willing to contribute to the advancement of diabetes knowledge and care, simply, easily and be paid for your time & effort?
Join two, well-respected, non-profit diabetes organizations-- Taking Control of Your Diabetes® (TCOYD) and the Behavioral Diabetes Institute (BDI)—in the development of an Online Diabetes Research Registry.
The Registry is a private list of people with diabetes who want to be informed about TCOYD and BDI research projects as they become available. Registry staff will only see the list, and no one else.
Most research projects are easy-to-complete, anonymous, online surveys. Signing up on the Registry only means that you are giving permission to be informed about studies that may be of interest to you. You decide which projects, if any, you might like to participate in.
You will be helping the field of diabetes and helping yourself. To learn more, please visit www.tcoydresearchregistry.com.
For kids facing stress at home or school, comfort food may lead to unexpected and unwelcome side effects. According to a study from Belgian researchers, that extra eating can lead to increased body fat -- and increased obesity risk.
About half of all those with diabetes suffer from diabetic peripheral neuropathy, a type of nerve damage that causes tingling, numbness and sometimes excruciating pain that can lead to serious problems.
For most people with type 2 diabetes, successful outcomes of the disease usually rely more on living a healthy lifestyle, rather than a medicine chest of prescription drugs.
Because it is such a self-managed disease, several high-profile groups are collaborating to create a new kind of the support group to help people stay on track and better manage their diabetes.
After reading new comments on an article we posted many years ago- http://diabeteshealth.com/read/2014/05/30/212/suicide-rate-in-men-with-type-1/?isComment=1#comments. I felt compelled to write something-http://diabeteshealth.com/read/2014/06/06/8271/taken-hostage-by-your-thoughts/?isComment=1 - comments and reach out to an inspiring behavioral Doctor who has spent decades helping patients cope with the emotional aspect of diabetes.
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