The Fascinating History of Diabetes Testing
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The Fascinating History of Diabetes Testing

This video has been sponsored by Squarespace. Diabetes mellitus, often referred to as just diabetes is a group of disorders characterized by elevated blood sugar levels There are three major types of the disorder referred to as just Type 1, Type 2 and Gestational. In Type 1 Diabetes, the body produces little to no insulin, […]

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All about diabetes you should know – Part 1
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All about diabetes you should know – Part 1

All about diabetes you should know – Part 1. Recognizing the symptoms of diabetes type 2 can lead to earlier detection and treatment, which could prevent damage to the organs caused by high blood glucose levels. In rare cases, even without previously noting the detailed symptoms, type 2 diabetes leads to coma. The first thing […]

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Diabetes Intervention
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Diabetes Intervention

>>HEY GUYS, WHAT’S GOING ON?>>FIRST OF ALL, MATT, WE WANT YOU TO KNOW THAT WE ARE ALL YOUR FRIENDS HERE.>>HAS SOMETHING BAD HAPPENED? DID THEY CANCEL DOWNTON ABBEY?>>NO MATT. WE FOUND THIS IN YOUR CAR.>>OH THANK GOODNESS! I THOUGHT I LOST THAT!>>SO, YOU’RE NOT EVEN GOING TO PRETEND IT’S NOT YOURS?>>SHOULD I?>>MATT, WE OPENED IT.>>OKAY.>>AND […]

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Is there a cure for diabetes? | Diabetes UK
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Is there a cure for diabetes? | Diabetes UK

Alasdair Rankin, Diabetes UK Director of Research: At the moment there isn’t a simple cure for diabetes. And that’s why Diabetes UK is currently spending £6 million every year to support research that could help to improve the lives of people with diabetes, and to reduce the impact of the condition and its complications. From […]

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Can Stress Cause Diabetes?
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Can Stress Cause Diabetes?

can stress cause diabetes we know that stress can cause all sorts of health problems but is it possible that it could contribute to the development of diabetes today we’re going to talk about what stresses what the stress response is and we’re going to talk about how all of this relates to the causative […]

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