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Type 1 Diabetes

Type 1 diabetes is a disease that affects one for their entire life. This sickness can cause out of nowhere without any warning signs. Since it often strikes when a person is child or an adolescent, this is also commonly known as Juvenile diabetes, whose name may be deceiving.


Type 1 Diabetes and Bones

Most people consider diabetes complications that deal with cardiovascular problems, nerve damage, kidney problems, and blindness. Diabetes could also affect your bones. Did you know that? Scientists are not sure why patients with Type 1 diabetes have a poorer bone mineral density than people without diabetes.


Type 2 diabetes

Type 2 Diabetes, Which is also known as Noninsulin-dependent diabetes mellitus, is a chronic disease which occurs when there is excessive glucose found in a person’s blood. This happens when a person’s body does not properly utilize the insulin that is produced in the pancreas. Insulin, prepared in the beta cells of the pancreas, is used to carry glucose, a simple sugar, into the cells of the body.


Type 2 Diabetes: A New Move Forward

The following article covers a topic that has recently moved to center stage--at least it seems that way. If you've been thinking you need to know more about it, here's your opportunity.

Diabetes is an outbreak. Nearly one fourth of the United States population is either previously diagnosed with diabetes, or have prediabetes or Syndrome X.


Juvenile Diabetes

Juvenile diabetes or Type 1 diabetes as it is frequently known strikes at each organ in the body. Once juvenile diabetes is diagnosed, insulin must be taken daily to live. This diabetes is typically diagnosed during childhood, but can occasionally be found afterwards in life. It is caused by the body’s refusal and destruction of insulin-producing cells.



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