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Tattoo Ink Monitors Blood Glucose Levels

Cambridge, Massachusetts Draper Laboratory has developed a special tattoo ink that changes colors based on a persons blood sugar levels. As CrunchGears resident diabetic and as someone who lives right down the street from Draper, Id say that Im quite interested in something like this. Now I just need to think up an awesome tattoo design. The ink was first developed to keep tabs on heart health and electrolyte levels in athletes but after the process proved to be too complicated, Draper scientist Heather Clark turned to using the ink to detect glucose levels instead. According to Discovery News : The nano ink particles are tiny, squishy spheres about 120 nanometers across. Inside the sphere are three parts: the glucose detecting molecule, a color-changing dye, and another molecule that mimics glucose. When the particles are dissolved in water they look like food coloring, says Clark. The three parts continuously move around the inside the hydrophobic orb. When they approach the surface, the glucose detecting molecule either grabs a molecule of glucose or the mimicking molecule. If the molecules mostly latch onto glucose, the ink appears yellow. If glucose levels are low, the molecu Continue reading >>

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  1. Raindew

    Frequent boils

    Hi all,
    My father (age 57) has type 2 diabetes from past 12 years. In last 6 months he has constantly been getting boils on his body, frequency being once every month. His sugar level doesn't keep stable and the biggest problem is he wouldn't go visit a doctor. Can anybody throw some light on this situation ? Is it normal in diabetics ? This has never happened to him before n that's why it's making me worry. Any tests suggested ? Any help is appreciated.
    Thanks!

  2. salisbas

    I may have experienced a similar situation off and on for some time now. What do the boils look like? What do they lool like at first? How bad is pain, if any? Give me a little more info, if you can. I know this sounds a little personal/invasive but I will help if they are similar to what I have had.

  3. Gizmo

    Yes, there can be a connection between boils and diabetes, especially if his blood sugar is not under control, and if he is taking insulin, he would be more prone to boils. Because his blood sugar level is not stable, he definitely needs to see his doctor who can adjust or change his medication.
    I don't know how these things work in India, but here in the states some doctors will handle some medical things over the phone. We call the doctor's office and tell them the situation, that person talks to the doctor and calls us back. Either the doctor wants to see the patient, or will call a prescription in to the patient's pharmacy. If you can't convince your father to see his doctor, it wouldn't hurt to call and let them know about the boils and what his blood sugar has been doing. It's worth a try because it is very important that he gets it under control.

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Bio-sensing Tattoo Ink To Monitors Glucose And Ph Levels

AARP Membership: Join or Renew for Just$16a Year The project is the result of a collaboration between MIT researchers Katia Vega, Xin Liu, Viirj Kan and Nick Barry and Harvard Medical School researchers Ali Yetisen and Nan Jiang. While there are no current plans to develop DermalAbyss as a product or pursue clinical trials, they hope that the positive response from the media and the public will inspire drug companies and other research industries to push forward with the work they began. The purpose of the work is to light the imagination of biotechnologists and stimulate public support for such efforts, Vega says. Such a tattoo could be particularly useful for patients who have to continuously monitor medical issues such as diabetes. Currently, diabetics typically monitor glucose levels by piercing the skin, sometimes as often as 10 times per day.With DermalAbyss, the researchersforeseea time when the painful procedure is replaced with a tattoo thatchanges color based on insulin need. In addition to glucose, the team explored a sodium biosensor tattoo that could signal changes in hydration levels , and one for pH levels, which measure the balance of acid and alkaline in your body Continue reading >>

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  1. kenny355555

    is fish oil bad for diabetics ?

    I just read this article and think maybe I better stop taking fish oil every day.....any thoughts ?.
    Fish Oil Raises Blood Glucose Levels and Decreases the Insulin Response
    Elevated resting blood glucose levels are a diabetic’s nightmare. Spontaneous auto-oxidation of blood glucose is a significant cause of diabetic patients’ elevated increased risk of CVD. Both fish oil supplements and even “oily fish” itself are highly problematic for diabetics. In 2011, researchers looked at the effects on Type II diabetic patients eating more fish. Only from non-fatty fish, containing more Parent omega-6 and much less EPA/ DHA, did the experiment show significantly decreased blood sugars [good outcome]. Further, those who ate “fatty” fish saw a decreased insulin output of 21% [bad outcome] compared to those not eating “fatty” fish [40]. “Fatty” fish (containing more EPA/DHA), not a supplement, caused the elevated blood glucose. EPA/DHA fish oil supplements cause elevated blood glucose and blunt the insulin response in diabetics. This deleterious finding was known years ago [41,42].
    Since “fatty/oily” fish caused the same deleterious effects as the supplement, the only logical conclusion is that fish oil—in any form—is harmful to any diabetic. Diabetes is America’s #1 epidemic and both oily fish and fish oil supplements exacerbate the condition.

  2. furball64801

    Well all I can say is I really never took it till after D and that was years ago, I saw nothing that would say it was bad for me.

  3. SueK501

    What was the source of the article?

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A Color-changing Tattoo Will Let You Know Your Blood Sugar Levels At A Glance

A Color-Changing Tattoo Will Let You Know Your Blood Sugar Levels At A Glance Share on Facebook Click me! Share on Twitter Click me! Copy Link Aside from the obvious long-term health issues associated with diabetes, the daily blood sugar checks can serve as their own sort of hardship. Normally, someone suffering from diabetes must draw blood using a special kit once or several times per day. Not only is it a hassle , but the inconvenience of the process can lead to negligence, especially by young sufferers. So anything that makes the process easier, isnt just more convenientits a more effective treatment altogether. With thatease of use in mind, a joint Harvard and MIT research team hasdeveloped a specialized reactive ink that could be tattooed on a diabetes patient, allowing them to check their blood sugar levels by simply registering the color of their body art. The product, still being tested, is known as DermalAbyss ink . The substance, once injected, is reactive, notonly to glucose levels, but also to sodium and even your bodys pH, promising uses beyond the diabetes population. The product has many hurdles to overcome before well see any humans sporting the innovative ink, bu Continue reading >>

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  1. MissDareDevil

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    I took the two-hour glucose test today and experienced some very awful side effects.
    During the time I was at the hospital, I felt extremely light headed, hot and feverish, and had horrible nausea. I couldn’t even walk around much, and just needed to stay seated with my eyes closed.
    By the time I got home, I was throwing up! Luckily I didn’t throw up before they finished the test because I would have had to start all over again!
    Taking the test has affected my entire day. I have had to take naps, and still don’t have energy to do much other than veg on the couch. I feel like my head is pounding and still have waves of nausea.
    Did any of this happen to anyone else? I looked it up online and found that side effects are common because your body has to work so hard to produce enough insulin, but I haven’t heard from or talked to anyone who this happened to!
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  2. heathaah

    Yup. Same thing here. I managed not to throw up but I definately was sick ALL DAY after. I had a headache too.

  3. mwitter80

    Oh no! I’m having this tomorrow. This is not good news.

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