A1C vs. Daily Glucose Monitoring, clinical research

A1C Test Vs. Daily Blood Glucose Monitoring

Diabetes affects over 34 million Americans. The risk factors differ for each. For type 1, family history and age raise your risk of developing it. With type 2, obesity, family history, inactivity, and prediabetes plays a role. No matter the type, managing your diabetes is an essential part of living a healthy life. The A1C test …

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Fibroscan, what it is and do I need one? Pink liver in background, clinical research

Fibroscan: What is it and do I need one?

October is Liver Awareness Month, and it celebrates and creates awareness for the body’s second-largest organ. The liver filters everything we eat and drink, performing over 500 vital functions for the body. The health of your liver is essential in the overall health of your body. However, many diseases affect the liver that show no …

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What are the advantages of participating in clinical trials?

What Are the Advantages of Participating in a Clinical Trial?

Newly discovered ways to detect and manage various medical conditions aren’t automatically made available to the public. Clinical trials help determine if these new options are safe and effective in the human body. In this blog, we’re reviewing some of the advantages of participating in a clinical trial. Although everyone measures satisfaction a bit differently, …

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What is type 1 diabetes and how can it affect children? Woman with child pictured, clinical research

What is Type 1 Diabetes, and How Can it Affect Children?

For sugar to be allowed into cells to produce energy, the hormone insulin is needed. In type 1 diabetes, the pancreas produces little or no insulin. Type 1 diabetes typically appears in childhood or adolescence but can develop in adults too. Being a parent of a type 1 diabetic can be tough. The new routine …

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