November 14, 2020 marks the 29th World Diabetes Day
Prediabetes, metabolic syndrome, and diabetes are all growing challenges for society and a significant health concern. Living with these conditions is not easy and can be very stressful. It is hard work – often “24/7” and a heavy load to carry.
Today on World Diabetes Day, we acknowledge the efforts of people at risk of or living with diabetes, prediabetes, or metabolic syndrome. We also recognize family members, colleagues, and friends for their support. You all do a great job!
A special shout out to all the nurses out there – you play a great role in supporting and discussing concerns and misconceptions. Of all health care professionals, you are on the front lines spending time to understand, explain, and help find balance in daily life.
New technologies and digital health tools hold high potential for people living with chronic conditions. We see the brightest future for digital interactions that are in tune with what health consumers really want.
Today at World Diabetes Day, RSP Systems pledges to make glucose-sensing so appealing and easy that we can touch the lives of virtually everyone in the world.