What are the treatments for type i diabetes?

Answer With type 1 diabetes, the body no longer has the ability to produce insulin. Insulin, a hormone produced in the pancreas, is necessary to move blood sugar (or glucose) to the cells for energy. Type... Read More »

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What are the treatments for type 1 diabetes caused by viral infection?

Entroviruses, a common family of viruses, can trigger the development of type 1 diabetes, especially in children. Treatment often follows a strict regimen that can be daunting to those afflicted wi... Read More »

Is it true Type 2 diabetes can change to Type 1 diabetes?

No. Some people mistakenly think that Type 2 diabetes becomes Type 1 diabetes when insulin is needed, but that's not the definition of Type 1 diabetes. All Type 1 diabetics need insulin and some Ty... Read More »

What are the differences between type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes?

Basically, type 1 is an autoimmune deficiency- meaning that your body starts fighting against itself, and eventually, someone with type 1 diabetes will stop producing insulin (the protein that regu... Read More »

Wats worse, type one or type two of diabetes?

type 1 is worse my dad has type 2 ans I asked him he said it was one