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  • The Woes of Carrying a Pump

    The Woes of Carrying a Pump

    By Roy Collins “Is that a Pager?!” Yup, because either I’ve secretly been living a double life as an ER surgeon or we miraculous traveled back to 1985. For those of us who wear an insulin pump, we are all too familiar with the puzzled glares strangers and friends give when they catch us delivering

  • Carbohydrates: Diabetes

    Carbohydrates: Diabetes

    By Ryan A. Williams Sadly, Diabetes has become a nation epidemic, with  around 17 million or 6% of the total United States population having this potentially life threatening disease.  However, if you are someone who has this disease, it is important to learn how to manage your diabetes.  To educate yourself on creating a safe,

  • Dermstore The Magazine- Diabetes and Your Skin

    Dermstore The Magazine- Diabetes and Your Skin

    If you have diabetes, it’s probably hard to ignore the many different—often, life-disrupting—changes happening to your skin. Fortunately, most of these skin conditions can be prevented or easily treated with the right skin care products and routine. Here, we’ve spoken with life sciences expert and founder of Lyfebulb, Dr. Karin Hehenberger, to help us understand

  • Mod Vine World Kidney Day

    Mod Vine World Kidney Day

    March 13th, 2014 is World Kidney Day, begging the question – How healthy are your kidneys? If you’re like many, you probably don’t think of your kidneys often, however, many physicians are hoping to change this mindset. Chronic kidney disease is preceded by ‘silent stages’ which are asymptomatic , and oftentimes, by the time a

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