Diabetes is a group of metabolic diseases characterized by hyperglycemia resulting disturbance in the secretion or activity of insulin, or both simultaneously. There are many types of diabetes, with the key below:
Type 1 diabetes (formerly juvenile or insulin-dependent) shows complete lack of insulin and affects about 10% of people with diabetes.
Type 2 diabetes (formerly adult diabetes): People with this type of diabetes produce less and less insulin action at the cellular level.
The unregulated diabetes can cause acute and chronic complications.
The main symptoms of diabetes are:
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