Diabetes, How To Live With It

Diabetes | How to live with it.

Learn about Diabetes | Information on diabetes

There are 3 main types of diabetes:

(a) Type 1,

(b) Type 2

(c) Gestational diabetes. While all three types are quite different, living well with each begins with an understanding of how high and low blood sugar affects your body – and what you can do to manage it.

Common symptoms of type 2 diabetes.

<> Numbness

<> Increased Urination

<> Weight Loss

<> Increase in Appetite

<> Blurry Vision

<> Itchy, Dry Skin

<> Unexplained Fatigues

<> Unquenchable Thirst

<> Slow Healing Cuts or Bruises

<> Irritated Gums

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Your Free Websites | Your Diabetes Journey

The Wealthy Affiliate link “Above” is your gateway to building your personal journey with a diabetes website to share with family and friends.

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It seems everyday you read about something new that scientists are working on to benefit our health situation, whether it’s a cure for cancer or a treatment for an everyday disease.

The Guardian | reports on medical research

This time it’s diabetes making the news – and if you’re a diabetic the latest development could spell the end of having to inject yourself with insulin.

Great news for diabetic patients… young and old.

Medical Research

New diabetes treatment could eliminate need for insulin injections.

Tested in mice, therapy involves a capsule of genetically engineered cells implanted under the skin that release insulin as required.

A cell-based diabetes treatment has been developed by scientists who say it could eliminate the need for those with the condition to inject insulin.

The therapy involves a capsule of genetically engineered cells implanted under the skin that automatically release insulin as required. Diabetic mice that were treated with the cells were found to have normal blood sugar levels for several weeks.

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