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Diabetes Forecast

The Healthy Living Magazine

Aids for Insulin Users 2014

15 tools to make life with injections a little easier

By Erika Gebel Berg, PhD , ,

Injecting insulin can be challenging if you have limited sensation or pain in your hands, vision problems, or are afraid of needles. Fortunately, clever inventors have developed products that can give people with diabetes a little help with their insulin injections. In this section, we’ve included products that help people with dexterity problems, vision impairment , and needle anxiety.

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