How to Properly Store and Refrigerate Ozempic in all Situations?
Ozempic (semaglutide) is an injectable medicine used in the treatment of type 2 diabetes. It helps lowering blood sugar levels as well as losing weight in some cases. Like Insulin,...Read more
Victoza Storage: What really happens if Victoza is not refrigerated?
Victoza is a temperature-sensitive injectable diabetes medicine. When not in use, it needs to be refrigerated. Once opened, Victoza pens can be stored at room temperature for up to 30 days but they still need to be protected from the heat.Read more
10 Best Diabetic Snacks On The Go for Travels and Road Trips!
Diabetic snacks we can have on-the-go to calm a sudden hunger without spiking our blood sugars are limited. We’re all running out of ideas. We're sharing 10+ great low-carb ideas to pack for your next travels and road trips!Read more
Can You Freeze Insulin and What Really Happens if you Do?
Is frozen insulin safe to use? How cold can insulin get? What should you do with thawed insulin? Do you really have to throw it all away and lose hundreds of dollars worth of medication?Read more
How to Keep Insulin Cool during a Power Outage without Electricity?
If a few minutes without electricity shouldn't affect the insulin stored in your fridge, what if the power is not back for several hours or even several days? How can you keep your insulin refrigerated if there's no more electricity?Read more