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Diabetes Developments - A blog on latest developments in diabetes by David Mendosa
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Continuous Testing: First Impressions

July 29th, 2007 · No Comments

Expertise and extensive experience have an important place in information about diabetes. But first impressions count too. The experts can miss key experiences when they aren’t coming fresh to a topic. [Read more →]

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What’s the Point of Testing?

May 5th, 2006 · No Comments

A new survey of people with diabetes shows that we consider blood glucose testing to be one of the least challenging aspect of managing it. Maybe that’s because we don’t know when to test and what to do with the results. [Read more →]

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When is the best time of day to test?

November 18th, 2005 · No Comments

The preferred time to test isn’t before breakfast any more. Recent research based on studies of hundreds of people with type 2 diabetes show that high blood glucose levels after meals has a greater effect on A1C levels among people who have their diabetes under good control than among those with poor control. [Read more →]

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How Frequently Should You Test?

November 18th, 2005 · No Comments

When it comes to blood glucose testing, with only a little simplification there are three types of people in the world – those who use insulin, those who control their diabetes without insulin, and those who don’t yet have diabetes. [Read more →]

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