The Other Diabetes

November 2015
Ebony;Nov2015, Vol. 71 Issue 1, p76
The article discusses Type 1 diabetes, also known as juvenile diabetes. Topics discussed include the American Diabetes Association (ADA) estimating 29 million U.S. residents living with some form of diabetes and a projection from the U.S. Census Bureau that minorities from lower-income families making up half of all type 1 cases by 2050. Also mentioned are descriptions of three main types of diabetes as well as the availability of a basal-bolus insulin injection regimen for diabetics.


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