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Diabetes
John Grimes
Brinson Kasie
SCIN132
March 24, 2013

Diabetes
Diabetes is brought about by too much sugar in the body which is caused by fat deposits, sedentary lifestyle, bad eating habits which may lead to kidney failure, non-traumatic lower-limb amputations, heart disease, as well as, stroke but may be managed through insulin, ginseng, chromium, nuts, leafy vegetables, cinnamon, aloe vera, charantia, caffeine, flax seeds, as well as, tea. Thorough Description of the Disease

Diabetes means that an individual has too much sugar in the body; this confirmed through the following symptoms: always thirsty, always urinating, always extremely hungry, decrease in weight, always tired, as well as, wounds that never heal speedily. It may bring about by fat deposits in the body, a sedentary lifestyle, bad eating habits, or it may run in the family. Current Statistics of Those Affected

Diabetes cases in the country have become so alarming because of its continuously increasing statistics. In the United States and in 2010 alone, it said that more than two hundred thousand individuals not more than twenty years old diagnosed to suffer from the disease Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. For those individuals who are sixty-five years old and older, more than ten million of them already suffer from diabetes in the same year. As of the last statistical data gathering, the total number of individuals diagnosed with diabetes in the United States already reached over twenty million according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2011a). Effects on the Various Body Systems

Unfortunately, diabetes is a disease, which will end into the following complications: “kidney failure, non-traumatic lower-limb amputations, heart disease, as well as, stroke” especially if it is not managed very well as claimed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2011b). When sugar is too high, the kidney fails to process it and it ends up...
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