How to Control Blood Sugar Levels in Kids


By Molly Clifton

Insulin pumps are better than shots when it comes to controlling blood sugar levels in children.

Australian researchers analyzed data from 345 patients, ages two to 19, who used the pump.

The findings revealed pump therapy nearly cut in half incidents of low blood glucose, and hospitalization due to a shortage of insulin.

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