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a polygenic disease characterized by abnormally high glucose levels in the blood

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At the White Earth Health Center, nutritionist Gail Gardner still sees that Native Americans continue to receive mixed messages about what diabetes is.
He had high blood pressure, and his doctor diagnosed him with borderline type 2 diabetes.
The science behind our research efforts is focused on the development of next-generation small molecule compounds designed to develop safer, more effective and innovative products for the treatment of metabolic diseases, particularly type 2 diabetes and obesity," stated Anker Lundemose, M.
Certainly there is a genetic component to diabetes though we're not exactly sure which genes are responsible," says Dr, David P.
Clinical trials have demonstrated effective interventions for preventing or delaying complications in those with diabetes and for preventing or delaying onset of diabetes in those with pre-diabetes.
Several groups of scientists are now studying whether a few days or weeks of antibody therapy, if given soon after diagnosis of type 1 diabetes, can keep the disease from worsening.
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Fewer than 1% had chronic (type 1 or type 2) diabetes, but 4% developed gestational diabetes.
As for people who have diabetes, extra magnesium lowered insulin resistance or blood glucose levels in only four of the 11 good studies.
The American Diabetes Association has just released a study showing definitively that the best strategy for preventing type 2 diabetes is weight reduction.
Type 1 Diabetes Frequent urination Unusual thirst Extreme hunger Unusual weight loss Extreme fatigue Irritability
Type 2 diabetes is a major global public health problem with the incidence and prevalence of diabetes escalating towards a world-wide epidemic.
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