Type 1 diabetes and type 2 in the early stages are symptomatically similar: in both cases, the patient is characterized by high appetite, thirst, excessive urine excretion, chronic fatigue, dry skin, and delayed wound healing.Детальніше
In order to confirm the diagnosis of “diabetes”, the patient must identify hyperglycemia – a pathological condition in which the content of glucose is higher than normal. Usually, this is done by examining blood sugar.Детальніше
Medical practice leads to two main types of diabetes: the first and second. At first – the body does not produce insulin at all, and the second – insulin is, but blood cells do not perceive it.Детальніше
The number of patients with diabetes increases at a dramatic pace. According to recent reports, the world suffers from this disease 371 million people, which is 7 percent of the world’s population.Детальніше
The Research Institute in Miami conducts a clinical study to evaluate the effects of fatty acids on omega-3 and vitamin D of the progress of type 1 diabetes. The group of patients will be 56 adults and children.