Diabetes Treatment:Type 1 & 2

Diabetes Risk Factors – Do You Know The Risk Factors?

Diabetes Risk Factors – Do You Know The Risk Factors?

When it comes to diabetes information, the main things that you should be concerned with are the diabetes risk factors that you might have, what you should watch for and how you can manage the disease that is grouped into three types.

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Diabetes Type 1 vs. Type 2

Diabetes Type 1 vs. Type 2

If we are going to look at diabetes Type 1 vs. Type 2, we should first define diabetes which is a metabolism disorder. A large percentage of the food we consume breaks down into glucose (blood sugar). Glucose is a source of food for the cells of our bodies.

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Living with Diabetes Type 2

Living with Diabetes Type 2

If you sort of shrug your shoulders and think living with diabetes type 2 is a breeze you will need to think again after reading my story.  I have a relation I would like to share his journey with you and tell you his turning point and the steps that he took to get his […]

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Type 1 Diabetes Cure| Does It Exist?

Type 1 Diabetes Cure| Does It Exist?

A recent breakthrough in science may have found a Type 1 diabetes cure. New information discovered by UT Southwestern Medical Center suggests that Type 1 diabetes can be turned into a non-insulin treatment condition which is a major step in the right direction. Currently, if you are not aware, Type 1 diabetes is the most […]

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Type 1 Diabetes Research

Type 1 Diabetes Research

Today there are many countries looking at type 1 diabetes research in the hope of curing the disease.  With type 1 diabetes the body’s immune system attacks itself and destroys the insulin-producing cells in the pancreas. As the body struggles through lack of insulin the body responds by increasing both blood and urine glucose, which […]

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Type 1 Diabetes

Type 1 Diabetes

Diabetes comes in several forms and they include type 1 diabetes (often referred to as juvenile onset diabetes), type 2 diabetes, juvenile diabetes type 1 mellitus, gestational diabetes, and also pre-diabetes.  It can be caused by too little insulin, resistance to insulin, or even both.  Insulin is a body’s natural hormone produced by the pancreas, and its function […]

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