A promising research work. Hats off to American Diabetes Association & Novo Nordisk . Well they would fund the study. The Association, from its very inception is fighting against this deadly, life-threatening, chronic disorder and has invested more than $500 million to fund different diabetes research projects.
Do you know diabetes is the fifth deadliest disease in US ? This awesome rank holder is a cold-blooded killer. According to the survey results of the American Diabetes Association death rates due to diabetes has increased 45%.
Medical treatments are always very costly. Most of us struggle throughout our life to earn money and after that as we retire several diseases are discovered inside our body. Medicines, numerous tests, surgeries, doctor visits etc etc. Well then all savings vanishes in thin air. The situation becomes more worse if we belong to the low-income group.
A triangular link is established among diabetes, less income and depression. Each simultaneously affecting a pregnant woman. It is observed and hence proved from research work that low-income diabetic would-be-mothers have increased probability of both perinatal and postpartum depression.
It’s Quite true, children born to mothers diagnosed with diabetes during pregnancy have high risks of language delay. Although there are many factors that contribute to poor development of vocabulary and grammar skills, this reason happens to be the most important driving force.
Significantly reduced lifetime medical expenses. Exclusively for the obese population. Unbelievable, isn’t it? But absolutely possible.
Diabetes, characterized by abnormal blood glucose levels, is a chronic disorder leading to several complications like cardiovascular disease, blindness, kidney disease, amputations etc. People with diabetes die at rates two to four times higher than those who do not have it.
SYDNEY - Sedentary routine is about to join smoking and junk food on the list of vices that heighten your risk of diabetes and heart disease, besides obesity.
Snacks and healthy!! That too for a diabetic patient who must follow a strict dietary routine!! Doesn’t snack mean fast food and all fatty stuffs that increase calories and wreck havoc on blood sugar?
Diabetes and hypertension can lead to end-stage renal disease or kidney failure. In such conditions when kidney stop functioning dialysis is the only treatment procedure.