Where do you get your news from?(1/3)
I feel like it's not exactly the best habit, but I tend to overlook the news and what it has to say unless it's very important or it's all over the place. I think it's just not a priority for me, mainly because I don't have cable television so I can't just turn on the TV and watch it whenever I want. And I don't have the money to pay for the paper every week. Not to mention, it doesn't occur to me whenever I'm online to go a website and read up on it.
Scientists may be able to make insulin shots less painful
The International Diabetes Foundation predicts that one in ten people will have diabetes by 2040. Treatment for diabetes can include one or two painful injections of the hormone insulin every day. Scientists at Niagara University say they've developed an ideal transport system that can withstand some of the harsh environments of the human body and effectively deliver insulin where it needs to go without the need for those painful shots. The insulin is contained in a small capsule made of naturally produced lipid molecules or fatty acids.