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Diabetes patients are well aware of the pain of constant insulin injections. Throughout the day, multiple doses are needed to maintain blood sugar levels, requiring immense
If you have diabetes, chances are that your treatment plan will include insulin injections. When combined with healthy food choices and physical activity, this medication can