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Diabetic Complications: Eyes

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Diabetic Complications: Eyes

When we approach the problem of diabetes, we immediately think of blood sugar. Diabetes, in its basic definition, is characterized by high blood sugar caused by insulin resistance. But rarely does the general consensus go beyond sugar levels, insulin injections and diabetic shock (hypoglycemia), into the complications developed because of the disease, and the lasting…

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Diabetics: How to Manage Blood Sugar Levels

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Diabetics: How to Manage Blood Sugar Levels

Type 2 diabetes is one of the most common diseases that may occur in most people. When people are diagnosed with this disease, they have to constantly watch and manage this condition in order to control the high blood sugar level. This disease is commonly characterized by the high blood sugar level. People with diabetes…

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What You Need To Know About Januvia

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What You Need To Know About Januvia

Facts about Diabetes Diabetes is a potentially fatal health condition if left untreated. It occurs when the blood sugar level is abnormally high due to lack of a control mechanism inside the human body. The blood sugar level is controlled by insulin, an enzyme produced by the beta-cells which are found in the pancreas. Therefore,…

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Why Actos Users Need The Best Attorneys

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Why Actos Users Need The Best Attorneys

Information on Actos Since its approval by the FDA and consequent release into the market in 1999, Actos has continued to play a very important role to a large number of diabetes type II patients. It is manufactured and distributed by Takeda Chemical Industries, a worldwide pharmaceutical company. Diabetes type II is a condition developed…

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First Aid for a Diabetic Emergency

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First Aid for a Diabetic Emergency

Diabetes is a major problem which affects almost 1 million people in Australia (4% of Australians), and an estimated 360 million people worldwide. Diabetes is a condition which affects the body’s ability to produce insulin, and therefor the ability to regulate blood sugar levels. This can lead to abnormal fluctuations in blood sugar levels which…

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