Diabetes is an adamant condition requiring constant attention. Let me show you how technology can take the burden off the shoulders of suffering patients and their loved ones.
Digital contact lenses patented by Google aim to change the course of diabetes management by measuring blood glucose levels from tears. While the prototype is going through vigorous testing, regulations must prepare to quickly allow this disruptive technology to enter the market and benefit patients.
I’ve been saying that the goal is not have as many wearables on our body as we can put on ourselves, but to measure vital signs and health parameters when we need it in a comfortable way. Here is a digital tattoo that can measure glucose levels. The proof-of-concept study was just published and it’s […]
A few months ago I discussed the future features of smart contact lenses. Now using these to augment vision or track health parameters is not only a good idea any more, as Google launched a partnership with the pharmaceutical company Novartis to develop smart contact lenses that can track diabetes by measuring blood glucose levels in […]
As a physician and genomics researcher, I’m a man of data so I loved to see the approach of Dan Hon regarding type 2 diabetes and the data he acquired every day about himself which helped him get better. He resolved to do something about it. Being a geek, he decided to measure and quantify […]
Webicina features the best Diabetes Twitter channels of 2012! Twitter users represent either diabetes organizations and groups; or people affected by this condition. The list is curated which means medical professionals and e-patients helped choose the most relevant channels.
Amy Tenderich at DiabetesMine organized a unique event again so the The 2009 DiabetesMine™ Design Challenge was a real success. Here are the winners. Grand Prize Winner (10.000$): Most Creative Winner (5.000$) Kids’ Category Winner (2.000$): Congratulations to all the participants and the organizers!