New Surgery May End Type 2 Diabetes

Diabetes (diabetes mellitus) is a disease that impairs the insulin response. Our bodies normally use glucose for an energy source. Insulin responds to the levels of blood glucose. When insulin levels are not controlled, levels of glucose increase in the … Continue reading

Diabetes Reversal Real or Myth?

Diabetes is a disease of the pancreas. Diabetes occurs when the body cannot make or use the insulin provided. Type 1 diabetes, originally known as juvenile diabetes, exists when the pancreas creates little to no insulin. Insulin is a hormone … Continue reading

Diabetes Approaching 10% of U.S. Adult Population

HealthDay News reported today that 23 million American adults have diabetes. That is nearly 8% and growing annually. 21 million have type 2. Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disorder. The body does not produce insulin to meet the body’s … Continue reading