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    Omron 7 Series Wireless Bluetooth Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor with Two User Mode (120 Reading Memory)
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    • Comfortable and simple to adjust, the pre-formed ComFit Cuff inflates around the entire arm to avoid incorrect cuff positioning ensuring a precise reading and expandable cuff fits standard and large arms
    • Manage and track up to 120 readings on your blood pressure monitor and unlimited readings on your smartphone with Omron's free iOS and Android applications (works with select iOS and Android devices
    • Manufacturer of Blood Pressure Monitors for 40 years
    • Cuff fits arm circumferences from 9" to 17".
    • Feel empowered by accuracy with exclusive technology that automatically displays the average of your last 3 readings taken within the last 10 minutes and detects irregular heartbeats
    • Easy-to-read screen features a backlight, extra large digits and multi-colored indicator lights that show how your reading compares to normal home blood pressure levels

    iHealth Fingertip Pulse Oximeter for Apple and Android, Measures Blood Oxygen Saturation, Perfusion Index, Pulse Rate
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    • Clinically tested, HIPAA compliant. Measures blood oxygen level, pulse rate and perfusion index
    • One-touch automatic sync via Bluetooth Smart with the free ihealth my vitals app to track your trends
    • Wireless, lightweight, pulse oximeter and easy-to-use interactive app.Operating temperature: 5°C-40°C.Storage and transport temperature: -20°C-55°C
    • Great for spot checking your oxygen and pulse pre and post workout. SpO2 measuring range: 70-99%. SpO2 accuracy: 70-99%,±2%; <70%, no definition. Pulse rate measuring range: 30-250bpm. Pulse rate accuracy: ±2bpm or ±2% larger one
    • Fully integrated with the entire family of ihealth products to help you better understand and support your healthy lifestyle. iHealth products comes with 1 year manufacturer's warranty. It is used for sports and/or aviation use only and state that they are not intended for medical use..Model as PO3 is same as PO3M

New technology helps diabetics manage their health

New technology helps diabetics manage their health Two parallel technologies merge to give patients with diabetes a more automated approach to managing their health. Thompson wears a combination of devices, both inserted through her skin. one is a continuous monitor that tracks her glucose levels.

Type 2 diabetes breakthrough - app could detect THIS dangerous complication

Type 2 diabetes breakthrough - app could detect THIS dangerous complication damage and other foot complications. However, now University researchers have developed an app to help medical professionals take consistent photographs of the underside of diabetics' feet in order to better detect foot ulcers and monitor treatment.

One Test May Spot Cancer, Infections, Diabetes and More

One Test May Spot Cancer, Infections, Diabetes and More They could also reduce the need for painful biopsies to monitor the health of a new organ after a transplant. In the words of one researcher, cfDNA could become the ultimate “molecular stethoscope” that opens up a whole new way of practicing medicine

12-year-old swims to raise funds for diabetes research

12-year-old swims to raise funds for diabetes research John Graham, senior director of fitness and sports performance at the St. Luke's University Health Network, said those with diabetes need to monitor their blood sugar closely, particularly when performing any type of endurance activity. "There are a

Tattoos That Change Color Could Help People with Diabetes

Tattoos That Change Color Could Help People with Diabetes “Any technology that facilitates glucose monitoring and provides more options for people with diabetes is helpful,” Babey told . “This increases the chances that more patients will find a monitoring method with which they are comfortable and

The former president of 23andMe joins diabetes start-up Livongo

"The idea is to reduce strain on the health-care system," said Page, who left 23andMe earlier this year. The company presented data at the American Diabetes Association's annual meeting to demonstrate that it saved $83 per participant per month on health-care costs, which was 5.8 percent lower than those not enrolled in its program.

Livongo works with payers, such as self-insured employers like Pepsi and FedEx, that are looking for ways to reduce health costs, and sells its diabetes management program directly to consumers for $49.99 per month.

Some 30 million people in the U.S. have diabetes.

The company is looking to expand into monitoring other chronic conditions, including hypertension and depression.

Livongo CEO Glen Tullman left his role as the chief executive officer for Allscripts, a multibillion-dollar health IT company, to start Livongo in 2014. Tullman has seen firsthand the challenges of managing chronic ailments as the parent of a son with type 1 diabetes. Since then, Livongo has raised more than $140 million in venture capital financing.

How much of a role does genetics play in your risk of diabetes?

I got tested during a physical last month. I have normal blood sugar levels, according to the doctor, and am nowhere near being diabetic yet (as my diabetic-for-20+-years-father assured me).

The thing is, I realize that even though I'm


You do have a risk higher than the so called average person because of hereditary factors. I can't give you a risk % because I have no idea if they are type 1 or type 2. In another sense you have a far lower risk factor than many people because you


You do have a risk higher than the so called average person because of hereditary factors. I can't give you a risk % because I have no idea if they are type 1 or type 2. In another sense you have a far lower risk factor than many people because you


Well, sounds like your risks are higher than most. But that still doesn't mean you are going to develope diabetes. You are doing all the right things to keep it at bay. But then again, you may never develope it. Out of 4 kids in my family, 3 of us

Could somebody tell me where to find statistics on obesity and type II diabetes?

I am curious about the health risk of obesity and I wonder if anybody could point me in the general direction of stats that specifically monitor coronary heart disease in obese individuals without a family history. Secondly I am also interested in the


I would start by looking at these sites:
http://nhlbi.nih.gov

http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/obesity /DS00314

http://www.diabetes.org/about-diabetes.j sp

http://www.framingham.com/heart/