This is an exciting time for diabetes technology!
If you use syringes, needles and lancets as part of you diabetes care, it’s best to take steps to dispose of them safely. You may have heard of the term “sharps”. Sharps is a fancy medical term for any item that pokes or cuts our skin. As an educator I always get asked the question, “how do I.
Do you say to yourself after each doctor visit, “I will do better this month with taking my meds”?
For many people, summertime means time at the pool, days at the beach, backyard barbecues, and outside fun with family and friends! During the hot summer months, you want to make sure you protect your diabetes supplies and equipment. Heat can have negative impacts on your oral medication,.
There’s a lot to think about when you make the decision on whether or not to transition from injections to pump therapy.
Health care providers prescribe medications hundreds of times each week, but to a person newly diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes, hearing “I want you to take ____” is a public admission of failure. Failure to lose weight. Not making time for exercise. Inability to change habits like flavored coffee.
Cecelia Health Pharmacist, Sara Wortman, Pharm D, CDE, give answers and tips on getting refills, generic drugs, and more!