FBS

Normally, your pancreas releases insulin when your blood sugar, or “blood glucose,” gets high — after a meal, for example. That signals your body to absorb glucose until levels get back to normal? say Mr. Slinkin. But if you have diabetes, your body doesn’t make insulin (type 1 diabetes) or doesn’t respond to it normally (type 2 diabetes). That can leave your blood sugar

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About Diabetes

About diabetes there has been a lot published, and thanks to the simplicity with which information and facts can be shared over the Internet, there is a significantly better understanding of the condition than previously. There continues to be a lot of people who become terrified when they are initially diagnosed as having the condition,

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Gestational Diabetes

Gestational diabetes is a fairly rare form of diabetes which develops during pregnancy, and which can, if left without treatment, lead to other difficulties. As with other types of diabetes, there is no conclusive answer as to what can trigger it, although there are some statistical aspects which can suggest a larger tendency to contract

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