Diabetics get stuck (haw!) carrying around needles to stab themselves with every day, which can't be all that fun. This Huma-Pen is designed to make the whole process a bit less painful — at least figuratively speaking.

It's digital, doling out the correct dosage of insulin every time to prevent human error. It also records when your injections have been happening, as with an average diabetic sticking themselves 3 or 4 times a day, it's possible to lose track. It's designed to last 3 years and will only cost $45, which seems well worth it to us.

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Columbia Dispatch [via MedGadget]