Designer bags for glucose testers

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Nearly 21 million people in the United States have diabetes, and for many of them, checking blood sugar levels is a daily ritual. Why not brighten up that disagreeable yet necessary task by carrying your testing supplies in an attractive case, wondered Rickina Velte? When she was pregnant with her second son, Velte was diagnosed with gestational diabetes and instructed to test her blood sugar several times a day. The problem, she explains on her website, was that the utilitarian bags that come with glucose meters clashed with her personal design taste. They tended to get lost in her purse and they were an unwelcome message to the world about her illness.

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