health smarts. What Is Diabetes?

November 2011
PN;Nov2011, Vol. 65 Issue 11, p13
Trade Publication
The article offers information on diabetes mellitus, including its signs, diagnosis, and treatments. It states that diabetes is characterized by high blood sugar or glucose categorized as Type I and type II. It says that the symptoms of the disease are related to the high levels of glucose and patients experience fatigue, urinate frequently, and blurry vision. It adds that with type I diabetes is treated with insulin rejections, while with type II receives an oral medication.


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