Updated 11th May 2020 Your flight is booked, you've packed your fifth shirt (which you never normally wear but you never know), and you've converted your currency. But what about travel with diabetes? Is airport security ok with your diabetes kit? And what about trying to order orange juice using... read more →
I’m Peter Lucas – co-founder and CEO at Hedia. My father has type 1 diabetes. He was diagnosed when he was 27 years old and the father to three boys – including 9-year-old me. I remember asking him not long after he was diagnosed with diabetes, what he would do... read more →
Last Monday Hedia – Diabetes Assistant more than doubled after a €750K investment made it possible to expand the team. The goal with their diabetes mobile application is to add a range of new features and achieve the European CE category 2A mark. The pilot version is already live for... read more →
Lasse talks about his life before and after being diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes. Related post: How I Survived my First week with Diabetes We want to hear your diagnosis stories! Get in touch by emailing Signe from the Hedia team: email@example.com!
Hear Christina's story of being a relative to a Type 1 Diabetic. Related post: Hidden high Blood Glucose by Christina Kildentoft Are you a relative to someone with diabetes? We're always interested in hearing your stories! Feel free to write to Signe at firstname.lastname@example.org or comment below↓
Globally, more than 400 million adults live with diabetes, affecting both diabetics and their relatives. This number is increasing and diabetes is an important public health problem estimated to cost the world more than US$ 827 billion annually (1). Diabetes is a chronic disease that requires a complex treatment regimen... read more →