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Abbott Announces Development of Novel Continuous Glucose-Ketone Monitoring System

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Abbott is designing a first-of-its-kind biowearable that will enable people with diabetes to continuously monitor glucose and ketones in one sensor Device promises to redefine care for people with diabetes who are at risk for developing a life-threatening complication called diabetic ketoacidosis ABBOTT PARK, Ill., June 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Abbott (NYSE: ABT) today announced it’s developing a new biowearable that will…

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JHU Expert: How Parents Can Help Children Cope After School Shootings

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We need to do more to stop gun violence that affects children every day in this country. But in the meantime, parents are the most important sources of safety and comfort for their children, says Johns Hopkins School of Nursing professor, Deborah Gross. “While we can’t always protect our children from feeling frightened or sad, there is a lot parents can…

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Sunny Summertime Safety: Tips for enjoying the great outdoors

(Family Features) A bright, sunny day offers opportunities for warm-weather fun. To make the most of your summer, you’ll need to take a few steps to enhance the experience and ensure you’re ready for whatever the day may bring. When it’s time to head outside, consider these tips from the experts at CURAD®to protect your body (and skin) from the…

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Seattle Democracy Vouchers Increase Donations, Number of Candidates in City Elections

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Each odd-year election cycle since 2017, four $25 democracy vouchers have arrived in the mail for registered voters in Seattle. Each voucher can be donated to a single campaign for city office or dispersed to separate campaigns. According to the Seattle Ethics and Elections Commission, or SEEC, the goals of the democracy voucher program are to increase the number of…

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Cardinal Health Oncology Insights: Oncologists Report High Levels of Burnout Symptoms, Increased Stress

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Research shows stress leading oncologists to consider leaving the field, retiring or selling their practice DUBLIN, Ohio, June 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Nearly 90% of oncologists said they experience emotional exhaustion at work, and more than two-thirds said they experience additional symptoms of burnout, such as cynicism, detachment and feeling unaccomplished or ineffective, according to new research released today from Cardinal Health…

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