Fasting sounds like a bad idea for anyone with type 2 diabetes and especially bad for someone taking antihyperglycemic drugs. But, is it really?
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Subject line: Smart Contacts: A Close Look at Real-time Glucose Levels
Preheader: Plus: Keeping Diabetes Patients Safe This Flu Season
The ability to monitor glucose levels quite literally with the blink of an eye has gotten one step closer to clinical application. Get a quick review.
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Click through these 5 statements about the "gliflozin" class of diabetes drugs for a test of your recall and retention.
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