Gadgets & Gizmos
The daily dealings of diabetes may sometimes feel a bit routine, but fear not! The world of research and technology has not forsaken you! New products are here to help you manage your diabetes more efficiently, keeping ease of use and style in mind for those who like a little spice in their life.
Take a look at just a few of what is and is to come.
*dLife is featuring just some of the many new products available. We do not endorse any specific product, but encourage you to discuss your needs with your doctor in order to determine what is right for you.
Reviewed by Jason C. Baker, M.D. 12/14
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