Wednesday, October 7, 2009

An Introduction Diabetes : The Fact You Must Know !



Traditionally regarded as a problem rather unusual, Type I diabetes affects approximately one of every 250 people, both young and adults, who lived in the United States today. Although the word "teenager" has long been associated with diseases such as Type I diabetes in adolescents, the disease process can actually occur at any time, and appeared evenly between the two girls and a boy.

There could be hundreds of things wrong with your body. Consider the following list:

11 beta-hydroxylase deficiency - Acromegaloid changes Cutis gyrata corneal verticis - Cacchi-Chen Kung Ho Kaufman Mcalister syndrome - syndrome Cogan-Reese - agyria Focal pachygyria - hemidysplasia with ichtyosiform congenital erythroderma and foot defects - Craniosynostosis Philadelphia type - Ricci disease - Cardiac diverticulum - Gastritis family giant hypertrophic - Dystrophinopathy.

Very lucky, even most doctors have never heard of some of this. But even if considered common enough, you may be familiar with Juvenile Onset Diabetes is often talked about.

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