John Frieda is allowing customers to purchase products from its 2016 collection on Target.com.
UrgentRx is engaged in the business of developing and selling medications for headache, heart burn, allergy attack, ache and pain, and upset stomach in the form of powders.
The SugarCube device communicates directly with The SugarCube App to track, store and analyze a user's diet, exercise, glucose levels and insulin administered.
The products will also pilot the company’s new SmartLabel QR code, which allows shoppers to find out more about them and their ingredients online by scanning a code on the package.
AtlanticLIVE’s event, “The Diabetes Divide,” addressed an issue that affects an estimated 415 million people worldwide.
LexisNexis’ health care solutions portfolio includes a provider referential database, which blends thousands of data sources, verification techniques and analytics.
The Quell wearable device utilizes NeuroMetrix's wearable intensive nerve stimulation technology to provide pain relief.
Currently, Rite Aid is offering genetic testing for three classes of medications including those used to manage cardiac conditions, cholesterol and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
OneTouch Verio Sync meter users can wirelessly sync their data to the OneTouch Reveal mobile app for access across multiple devices.