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The Best Place To Store Insulin Inside A Refrigertor

April 17, 2018 Tony Fontecchio

The Best Place To Store Insulin Inside A Refrigertor

The most convenient places in a fridge to store our stock of insulin may not be the best places. We tend to think our refrigerators maintain a mostly consistent temperature throughout, but the average temperature over time can be 3 to 10 degrees (or more) above or below the thermostat setting—in different areas of the fridge. The temperature in our refrigerator also fluctuates in cooling cycles, so every few hours - at the peak and valley of each cycle - the fridge temperature might briefly drop below or rise above what we would expect. Tips For Fridge Storage It makes...


HangTite Has Proven To Be The Diabetic's Newest Must Have Product!

September 27, 2017 Tony Fontecchio

HangTite Has Proven To Be The Diabetic's Newest Must Have Product!

With the release of the newest diabetic product designed for storing insulin pens inside your refrigerator came the challenges of launching a product that the world has never seen before. There is truly no other diabetic product like the HangTite insulin pen holder and it has definitely turned some heads after becoming highly sought after by insulin dependent diabetics looking to gain space inside their refrigerators and clean up the clutter. Since HangTite has been featured in various magazine features and national press releases, sales have soared across every single state within the USA and many other foreign countries abroad....


An Insulin Pen Storage Solution You May Want To Check Out

November 27, 2016 Tony Fontecchio

An Insulin Pen Storage Solution You May Want To Check Out

This article was written by Jacqueline Marshall and posted on the website http://www.informationaboutdiabetes.com.

A Nice Way To Store Insulin Pens Inside Your Refrigerator

October 18, 2016 Abbas Ali

A Nice Way To Store Insulin Pens Inside Your Refrigerator


When Life Gives You Lemons

July 24, 2016 Tony Fontecchio

When Life Gives You Lemons

Do you remember the day you were told that you had diabetes? "I certainly do. I thought that it was the end of my life. I knew very little about diabetes and I think that's what actually scared me more than anything." I had always heard all of the bad stories such as the guy that lost his arm or foot due to infection or the person admitted to the emergency room because their blood sugars were too low. Ironically, I had just read in our local newspaper of a man who crashed his car and was deemed because of diabetic issues. Needless to say,...