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Easy to Use and Store: This diabetic travel bag doesn’t take up much room in the freezer: store it together w/the ice packs and it will always be ready to go. Literally throw the bag in the fridge!
Good insulation effect w/ internal panels of foam & aluminum foil that keep medication cool, extending the cooling effect of the 2 ice packs included. No need for batteries/external power source
Discreet and easy to fit into handbags and travel bags. No longer have to carry a bulky soda cooler when you are out
No issues at security in the airport, perfect companion for your short/medium trips. Carrying a letter from your doctor saying that you travel w/ a cooling bag for your medicine is always a good idea…
Great quality materials used that prevents the travel cooler for medication smelling after prolonged use
Zipper handles link together so you can add a lock to keep children away from any harm
Zippered pockets outside and inside the insulin cooling travel case plus elastic loops, to keep everything in place
Always check with insulin and insulin pens manufacturers for recommended storage temperatures
Package Includes: 1 NEW DIABETIC TRAVEL BAG with built in Insulated Panels and 2 Reusable Ice Packs. Medical supplies not included
Size: 9.8 x 4.9 x 1.6 inch (L*W*H) / 25 x 12.5 x 4 cm (L*W*H)
KEEP MEDICATION COOL WHILE TRAVELLING. If your diabetes medication requires cooling this portable cooler pouch is your solution while on the road
EASY TO USE, leave this small medical travel cooler bag and the 2 reusable ice packs (included) in the freezer overnight, next day fill it with your medicines and go! Insulated panels keep the cooling effect of the ice packs for a longer period
COMPACT SLIM DESIGN and sturdy travel cooler for insulin that fits all your medical supplies (only 1.6 inch / 4 cm depth)
STORE IT ALL IN THE POUCH: insulin pens, pen needles, test strips, insulin vials, lancet needles, syringes, suppositories, alcohol swabs, etc
THE PERFECT TRAVEL COMPANION carrying case for insulin pens and diabetes related medicine
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( CNN) We already knew that sitting, one of most people’s favorite activities, is a possibility killing you, but now we have new proof that before it gets you, you may get type 2 diabetes, too .
Earlier analyzes have shown that sedentary behavior can lead to kind 2 diabetes and many other illness including cardiovascular problems, cancer and other chronic conditions. There’s a reason physical inactivity has been identified as the fourth-leading risk factor for demise for people all around the world, according to the World Health Organization .
So what can you do to reduce your sitting period?
There are some really simple things. Experts indicate one may be as simple as being aware of exactly how much you sit. Construct it a objective to get up for a few minutes every hour. Some pedometers will now even send you reminder notes to get up if you get too engrossed in your work. If you do have to sit for your work, switch to a standing desk.
You may want to click on the images below to look at a few more alternatives particularly if you work from home.
If you watch TV at night, don’t zoom ahead during the commercials with your DVR. Instead walk around or at the least stand up during the display break.
Whatever you do get up and move. Your body will thank you if you do.