diabetes News Stream ▼

Glooko digital logbook for diabetes patients

11/09/2011, I am glad that technology has come a long way in helping improve the overall quality of life especially in terms of healthcare and support. Diabetes is a whole lot more manageable these days, and with the advent of smartphones, there are tools which will...

Mobile messages used to help prevent diabetes

09/20/2011, Mobile messages can be used for a variety of things. It can be used to communicate with friends and family, subscribe to services, make purchases, request for information, and several months back it was reported that it could even be used to send...

Insulin pump maker ignores hacker’s warnings

08/25/2011, Remember the diabetic hacker, Jay Radcliffe, who exposed the security vulnerabilities of the insulin pump at the recent Black Hat computer security conference earlier this month? Well, Radcliffe thought he’d do the public a favor by informing the...

Insulin pumps and blood-sugar monitors aren’t safe from hackers

08/04/2011, If you’re a diabetic living with the aid of an insulin pump and a blood-sugar monitor, running out of batteries with no replacements handy might be your worst nightmare, but a recent report from a security researcher states tells us we might have...

MIT Diabetes Device Monitors Glucose With Light

08/10/2010, MIT researchers out there are busy working to be able to determine how much sugar is in your blood by just shining a light on your skin. The device is a glucose-monitoring device for diabetes patients that might help do away with finger pricks. The device...

OneTouch Delica System lancing device more painless than others

07/01/2010, Diabetics who are sensitive to pain will definitely be pleased to know that J&J’s LifeScan has rolled out a spanking new lancing device known as the OneTouch Delica System which has a thinner lancet that is applied swiftly within a straight...