CORAL SPRINGS, FL, July 02, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Health Briefs will discuss new options opening up for treatment of chronic conditions such as diabetes that require life-giving injections on a regular basis. After enduring almost a century of painful injections, sometimes multiple times a day, those suffering from type 1 and 2 diabetes may soon be able to stop pricking themselves. There are already blood testing products on the market that do not require a blood sample and soon there may be a delivery system for insulin and other medications that will not require direct injection into the bloodstream via a syringe. In the same manner that vaccines can now be delivered through a nasal spray, a new system has just been approved by the FDA for delivering diabetes medications through a similar means. According to the FDA, almost 26 million Americans -- about 8.3 percent of the population -- are now living with diabetes and this development will mean a better quality of life for all of those who have been forced to administer shots to themselves.
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