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Hone in on the Range: Making More Effective Use of Your Continuous Glucose Monitor

By Gary Scheiner MS, CDE Just returned from a 7-day cruise with my family.  Cruising, for those of you who have never had the pleasure, is a non-stop feast for the senses.  The exhilarating entertainment and wide array of activities are outdone only by the never-ending onslaught of really, really good food.  No problem for […]
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