Katie Miller graduates with the class of 2017. She interested in going into the medical field. She was interested in to manage diabetes because her father does not manage his, so she wanted to learn more about what she could do to help him out.
Is an autoimmune disease. An autoimmune disease result when the body's system is fighting off infection, the immune system turns against a part of the body. While having diabetes, the immune system attacks the insulin-producing beta cells in the pancreases and destroys them. Some people need to take insulin daily.
People with type 2 diabetes have 2 problems: the panaceas may not produce enough insulin, fat, muscle, and liver cells cannot use it effectively. About 90 to 95% of people with diabetes have type 2. About 80% of people with type 2 diabetes are overweight.
Before the discovery of insulin in 1921, everyone with type 1 diabetes died within a few years after diagnosis. There are so many people that have diabetes and they don't even know that they have it.
There are many emerging technology for managing diabetes. These devices help manage diabetes a lot more than it used to be. There is so many new technologies for managing diabetes.
The quest for noninvasive monitoring and more comprehensive glucose data collection and insulin delivery systems has provided new monitoring and insulin delivery technologies to assist patients, caregivers, and health care professionals to improve diabetes management.
Connected apps allow a person to let their system know when they have done anything (like sit down for a hearty meal or run a marathon) that might make their glucose jump or fall unexpectedly. It makes managing diabetes more automated with the goal of making blood sugar levels more stable over time.
Healthy eating, physical activity
Require oral medication
You stay in shape and you are healthy
Can manage it with pills
Too busy to eat right and don't have time
Don't like the side effects of the medication
Helpful to have a Nutritionist there
Amount of insulin can be given
Can help plan out meals
Have the right amount to be safe
People won't go to them for help
Don't want to take insulin
|Ethical||Have to take medication||Some people might have religious issues with medication||Some people just don't want to take it|
|Legal||Can take supplements||Might help but are not regulated by the FDA||Might not work|
It costs a lot but it is worth it, not feeling like crap
It is covered by insurance
In 2002, it cost the US $132 billion
But it costs a lot
A lot of people have diabetes there is a lot that we can do to help them but if they don't want to be helped then there is little we can do to help them.
There are going to be more advancements for diabetes and how we can treat them. There is no cure yet but I don't think there is a cure. People are still finding ways to inject insulin into their body.
You are most likely to develop type 2 diabetes if:
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