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By Tracey Neithercott ,

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Work It Out

We’re big fans of living room workouts. (Hey, gym memberships can be expensive!) Recently we gave Sworkit a go. The app works like this: Pick a type of workout—strength, cardio, yoga, or stretching—and specify upper body, lower body, core, or another program. Set the length of time you want to exercise, then follow the videos to get your sweat on. Audio cues help you know when to move so you don’t have to keep your eyes glued to your device. Bonus: Set workout goals, then track your progress to stay on target. Find out more at sworkit.com, or download the free app on Apple and Android devices.

Watch This

The Dexcom G5 Mobile continuous glucose monitor (CGM), which sends glucose readings to smartphones, now works with the Apple Watch. A quick glance at your wrist will show your glucose level, trends, and alerts. Learn more at dexcom.com.

In Style

Trendy diabetes accessories have finally gone mainstream: Myabetic’s functional yet fashion-forward diabetes supply cases are now available at Target stores.

Cyber shoppers can get them, and other Myabetic accessories, at myabetic.com.



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