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  • Common type 1 diabetes symptoms  By : John Richmond
    Though typically diagnosed in children and young adults, Type 1 diabetes, formerly known as childhood, juvenile, or insulin-dependent diabetes, is not just a childhood problem. Type 1 diabetes is very serious, but those with the disease can live long, healthy lives. Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease that results in the permanent destruction of insulin producing beta cells of the pancreas. Type 1 diabetes can occur at any time, but it usually starts in those younger than 30. The following are typical type 1 diabetes symptoms:
  • Diabetes Risk Factors - Are You Safe?  By : Denise Durbin
    Why some individuals develop diabetes and others don't is not known with any degree of certainty. However, there appears to be two underlying factors that may point to developing diabetes. The most common one is genetic pre-disposition. Environmental triggers such as exposure to certain foods too early in an infant's life is the second factor.
  • How can you help your child gain independence with diabetes?  By : Mitamins Team
    The importance of this settlement is it's applying those laws to children with diabetes," says Arlene Mayerson, an attorney with the Disability Rights Education and Defense Fund, which represented four families in the lawsuit filed in 2004. "This will be a model for states across the country.
  • Four Possible Paths Towards Freedom from Diabetes  By : Robert L Brown
    For several decades now, much research has been made on a disease that has debilitated many - diabetes. Research on type 1 and type 2 diabetes has produced amazing and genuine progress in terms of a real understanding of the disease as well as advancements on how it is treated.
  • Know the Symptoms of Diabetes  By : Eunice Gaelek
    Diabetes is a serious condition that leaves the body unable to control its own sugars. Type 1 and type 2 diabetes are similar in terms of symptoms and complications. They difference lies in the speed at which the disease manifest in the body.

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