Canadian Diabetes Care Guide is here to help you stay healthy & help you successfully manage your diabetes. Abbott Laboratories is recalling its FreeStyle InsuLinx Blood Glucose Meters after finding that they display and store incorrect test results for dangerously high blood sugar levels. Abbott said customers with the meter should contact its diabetes care customer service or download a software update that resolves the issue. You can contact Abbott Diabetes Care Customer Service at 1-866-723-2697 to expedite return and replacement of your FreeStyle InsuLinx meter at no charge.
Johnson & Johnson announced a similar recall last month for several types of its blood glucose meters. The Canadian Diabetes Care Guide's articles are written by Diabetes Professionals for people with diabetes. The Canadian Diabetes Care Guide is a digest sized magazine and online resource written by Diabetes Professionals for people with diabetes, Canadian’s being among a growing number of newly diagnosed around the world. A mother-of-two who leads a luxurious lifestyle paid for by sugar daddies is appealing to British men to come forward and help contribute towards her daughters’ private school fees.
Nina Peterson, 37, who lives in Florida, finds wealthy suitors to finance her extravagant purchases – which include a $40,000 Mercedes Benz as well as a Porsche Boxer and a Maserati. Nina, who said she likes being looked after, wants to find a British sugar daddy to help pay for daughters Sky, 12, and Rose, nine, to attend a high-end school. Currently, one of Nina’s rich suitors has forked out the $16,800 a-year fees for the private school they have attended for the past two years. When it comes to type, Nina says so long as they are wealthy, the rest doesn’t matter – and believes ‘the older the better’ when it comes to age. Nina’s first sugar daddy was 62 when they met after her marriage broke down in 2007, and they had an arrangement for four years. Nina regularly finds sugar daddies to finance her lifestyle and has had two long-term British sugar daddies despite living in the US because of a weakness for men across the pond.
This week’s Smart Health roundup features a prick-free glucose monitoring device, a platform that bridges the gap between wearable tech and meaningful health data, and a rubbery counterpart to a shiny tracker. Diabetics monitoring their blood glucose levels know the daunting and painful task of pricking one’s finger to draw a bit of blood for regular testing. The FreeStyle Libre Flash Glucose Monitoring System utilizes a sensor worn on the upper arm that is approximately the size of a two Euro coin. The system has recently received the CE Mark (Conformite Europeenne), which means the system will be available in seven countries across Europe in the coming weeks. As more wearable health devices become available to consumers, we may soon be faced with loads of data that we don’t know what to do with. Vivametrica is a service that analyzes data from wearable sensor devices for the assessment of health and wellness. Misfit Wearables unveiled its second line of fitness and sleep trackers called Misfit Flash.
Like the original Misfit Shine, the new version uses a CR2032 coin cell battery that lasts up to six months.
Misfit Flash is now available for pre-order for $49.99, about half the price of the Misfit Shine. SIGN UP FOR THE SiliconANGLE NEWSLETTER!Join our mailing list to receive the latest news and updates from our team.
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The mother-of-two has also had ten short-term arrangements and four longer relationships over the past several years. Those in Europe may soon be free of finger pricking all together when Abbott Diabetes Care Inc.’s FreeStyle Libre Flash Glucose Monitoring System becomes available to consumers, expected to hit store shelves in the coming weeks. The sensor measures glucose every minute in the interstitial fluid via a small (5mm long, 0.4mm wide) filament inserted just under the skin and held in place with a small adhesive pad. To help consumers make sense of data gathered by these health and fitness trackers, a Canadian startup has launched a platform that aims to bridge the gap between the hardware and meaningful health data. It is device agnostic, which means the software will work with any fitness and health tracker. Robot will see you now: Fiction or the future?By having an analytics platform dedicated to health-related data, Vivametrica can be used to predict risks for diseases and for early detection. Misfit Flash is waterproof to up to 30 meters, and is able to track steps, calories burned, distance traveled, and sleep quality and duration. Our mission is to help people with diabetes stay healthy and successfully manage their diabetes. The sensor can be worn for up to 14 days and when a user needs a glucose reading, a hand-held reader or scanner is passed over the sensor.
Misfit Flash is now lighter at 6 grams, and comes in a variety of colors such as Frost, Onyx, Fuchsia, Zest, Wave, Reef and Coca-Cola Red. The new wearable gadget is also user friendly: just press on the face to see your progress on your smartphone using the accompanying app, which can also help you set goals and achieve them.
The reader is able to scan even when the sensor is obstructed by clothing, which means testing can be done discreetly and conveniently. She’s from the sunny country of Philippines where people always greet you with the warmest smile. If she’s not busy writing, she loves reading, watching TV series and movies, but what she enjoys the most is playing or just chilling on the couch with with her three dogs Ceecee, Ginger, and Rocky.
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