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5 Questions to Ask Your Podiatrist About Neuropathy

By Marie-Ange Kone | March 19, 2019 | 0 Comments

Traveling safely with Neuropathy Are you planning a weekend getaway, traveling for business, or going to visit family for a special event? Whether you travel often or once in a blue moon, it’s essential to keep your health in mind. So that means when packing, don’t forget to take your Siren Diabetic Socks with you! […]

Foot Ulcers & Blisters: What’s the difference?

By Marie-Ange Kone | March 13, 2019 | 0 Comments

Traveling safely with Neuropathy Are you planning a weekend getaway, traveling for business, or going to visit family for a special event? Whether you travel often or once in a blue moon, it’s essential to keep your health in mind. So that means when packing, don’t forget to take your Siren Diabetic Socks with you! […]

Top 5 Diabetic Shoes 2019

By Marie-Ange Kone | March 5, 2019 | 0 Comments

Finalist of the Cartier Women’s initiative award

By Marie-Ange Kone | March 4, 2019 | 0 Comments

Ran Ma, CEO of Siren Siren is a finalist of the Cartier Women’s initiative award We are excited to announce you that Siren is a finalist of the Cartier Women’s Initiative Award, alongside with 21 other finalists. The Cartier Women’s initiative award was created 13 years ago by Cartier, McKinsey & Company and INSEAD Business […]

10 Things You Can Do To Prevent Diabetic Foot Ulcers

By Marie-Ange Kone | February 26, 2019 | 0 Comments

10 Things You Can Do To Prevent Diabetic Foot Ulcers Did you know that up to 25% of people with diabetes will develop a foot ulcer and that more than half of all foot ulcers will become infected? The saying goes: an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. This saying is particularly […]

Traveling Safely with Neuropathy

By Jessica Streitfeld | March 8, 2019 | 0 Comments

Traveling safely with Neuropathy Are you planning a weekend getaway, traveling for business, or going to visit family for a special event? Whether you travel often or once in a blue moon, it’s essential to keep your health in mind. So that means when packing, don’t forget to take your Siren Diabetic Socks with you! […]

The Siren Hub: How does it work?

By Jessica Streitfeld | February 27, 2019 | 0 Comments

Siren Hub The Siren Hub: How does it work? The Siren Diabetic Socks and Foot Monitoring System collects data from your feet: temperature, movement, and step count. The purpose of the Siren Hub is to collect this data when your Siren App is not open. This way, your temperature, and step count reports are accurate whenever […]

Why Should I Wear Siren Diabetic Socks Every Day?

By Jessica Streitfeld | February 13, 2019 | 0 Comments

Ok, they’re comfy. Yes, the technology is cool. Sure, they’re a giant step in the direction of healing, but why should I wear Siren Diabetic Socks every day? Temperature Monitoring Siren Diabetic Socks are designed to help people with diabetes and nerve damage. Our socks go beyond standard diabetic socks and use temperature monitoring. Each […]

Is Diabetic Neuropathy Linked to Back Pain?

By Jessica Streitfeld | January 30, 2019 | 0 Comments

If you have diabetic neuropathy and experience back pain, you might wonder if the two are linked. In fact, it’s possible the two symptoms have common causes. While back pain can point to a number of different conditions, neuropathy could be one of them. Neuropathy is caused by damage to your nerves. Since your spine […]

Prevention of Foot Ulcers: What Can I Do?

By Jessica Streitfeld | January 22, 2019 | 0 Comments

The thought of developing foot ulcers might raise the question in your mind: what can I do to prevent that from happening? First of all, the fact that you are reading about prevention means you’re already on the right track. Here are some key ideas to keep in mind as you tend to your foot […]

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How often should I replace my diabetic socks?

People with diabetes and nerve damage should wear socks every day to protect their feet from injury. There are special socks called diabetic socks designed with special features for people with diabetes. Diabetic socks work by providing a a physical layer of protection for your feet keeping your feet dry and provide cushioned support Wearing diabetic socks...

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Diabetes Health : 5 Tests You Must Have

If you have diabetes there are some simple tests that can help you manage your health. These tests and exams can help you prevent future problems. As with any health issue, talk to your doctor about the problems you are at risk for and the tests you may need. A1c Test An A1c test is...

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Diabetes Tips: How to Do a Foot Exam

Every 20 seconds, a leg is lost to diabetes around the world. Daily visual and physical foot checks along with temperature monitoring help prevent complications and find foot problems earlier. This brief exam will help you identify potential problems. Step 1: Complete a Risk Analysis Please ask yourself the questions below to see if you...

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Diabetes Health: California Fires – What You Need to Know

Fires are still burning in California today, and do not seem to be slowing down. Apart from burning homes, businesses, and acres of land, fires cause a number of health problems for people in the nearby areas. Today, we’re sharing some tips for people with diabetes on how to stay healthy and safe during these fires. Evacuate...

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The 411 on Diabetic Foot Pain

Pain in your feet is one of the first signs or symptoms that you may be experiencing a complication of diabetes. You’ve probably heard of many common foot problems like corns and bunions. But, have you heard of neuropathy? This type of nerve damage may be the reason behind your foot pain. Today, we’re going...

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Top 10 Online Resources for People with Diabetes

Online communities, networks, and publications can be a great source of information for both people newly diagnosed with diabetes, and also for people who have been living with diabetes for a while.  Below are some of our favorite websites and online resources for finding support and learning about diabetes. ASweetLife This online magazine features insights...

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Diabetes Tips: 10 Symptoms of Peripheral Neuropathy

Whether you have Type 1 or Type 2 Diabetes, diabetic peripheral neuropathy (nerve damage) is a potential complication that you may experience. It’s important to understand the signs and symptoms of this type of nerve damage in order to take steps to slow its progression and treat the disease effectively. In fact, upwards of 70%...

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10 Steps to Healthy Feet for People with Diabetes

Having healthy feet means taking active daily steps to preventing problems and complications. This includes management of blood sugar levels and overall health, but there are some specific things you can do to prevent foot complications. In fact, just a few minutes a day, along with regular medical care can drastically help protect you against...

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Diabetic Foot Ulcers 101

Approximately 15% of people with diabetes will suffer from a diabetic foot ulcer during their lifetime. This common complication is the result of skin tissue breaking down and forming an open sore or wound. DFU’s can result in further damage and complications if left untreated. In fact, upwards of 24% of individuals with diabetes who have...

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Diabetes: 10 Questions to Ask Your Doctor

Your doctor is the best resource when it comes to managing your diabetes care. Diabetes management is lifelong and requires the involvement of a variety of medical professionals. There are a number of things that you can do to manage your symptoms and associated conditions, and the key is education and understanding. Here are some...

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