Walmarts ReliOn NovoLog insulin has received much coverage from the media as an affordable solution to the ever-increasing cost of insulin. How does this insulin compare to other top brand insulins and can it be used by both type 1 and type 2 diabetics?
Research into the development of insulin has driven scientists to take significant steps towards understanding human biology and a few Nobel Prizes have been awarded for research into this very important hormone.
It is important that patients are aware of the different treatment options available for diabetes, including the differences between oral and injectable medications, so that they can be informed and make decisions with their diabetes care team about the best plan of care.
This article will provide information on the pros and cons of insulin pens, common characteristics of the pens currently available on the market, how the medication (non-insulin) pens work, and finally considerations regarding the glucagon pen.
Humira is a biological drug used to treat several inflammatory and skin conditions. Continue reading to learn more about this medication, including its uses, side effects, and dosage.
In the following article we examine the key differences between Victoza & Saxenda and provide valuable information for those considering taking either of these drugs.
There are many diabetes treatments available on the market from insulin to insulin-like medications. In this article we will be comparing two the biggest names when it comes to insulin - Fiasp and Humalog.
Saxenda (liraglutide) has become a popular aid for diabetes patients looking to lose weight. Simply explained, Saxenda makes you feel full after you eat. By eating less overall, patients have resulted in rapid weight loss.
In this article we will compare Humalog vs Novolog, examine their differences and similarities to find out which is is right for you.
According to American Diabetes Association there are 1.6 million new cases of diabetes are diagnosed in people aged 20 years and older every year. Traditionally, diet modification has been the cornerstone of diabetes management. Weight loss is more likely to control glycemia in patients with recent onset of the disease than in patients who are significantly insulinopenic.