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Color-changing Tattoos Could Revolutionize How We Treat Diabetes (video)

Get short URL Scientists are testing new tattoo ink which morphs in color depending on changes to your health. The Dermal Abyss project by researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is being tipped to change the way common ailments like diabetes are monitored. READ MORE: Almost 1/3 of people worldwide overweight, says new study Using biosensor ‘ink’, which interacts with glucose, sodium and other chemical compounds produced by humans, it’s hoped the tattoos may be able to show when a person’s body is experiencing health-impacting changes. For example, Dermal Abyss may make the daily piercing of the skin a thing of the past for diabetics, since glucose levels would be revealed through the colors of a tattoo. It could also provide an instant warning to those in danger of suffering from potentially fatal complications deriving from hyperglycemia. Developed by MIT researchers Katia Vega, Xin Liu, Viirj Kan and Nick Barry, the first stage of tattoo testing was carried out using skin from a dead pig. READ MORE: Artist develops ‘soundwave’ tattoos to immortalize voices of nearest & dearest Footage of the technology explains how traditional inks are replaced by Continue reading >>

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  1. wonderings

    shelf life of refrigerated insulin?

    I know I have about 30 days once the insulin is out of the fridge, but I am wondering, how long does insulin last in the fridge?

  2. deanusa

    at least until the expire date.with all things considered.

  3. HarleyGuy

    This is really a good question.
    When properly refrigerated (do not freeze) insulin will keep until expiration date on package.
    If ever frozen, discard the insulin.
    Insulin expiration dates are usually 1-2 years form date of purchase.
    I have a bottle that I got in July,09 and it expires 10/2011. But as always, it's probably safest to say...If in doubt - throw it out. (glad my parents hadn't heard this saying years ago).

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