October 19, 2016 insulin

How Often Do You Wake The Sleeping Hormone – Insulin?

I first refer to Insulin as ‘the sleeping hormone’ after examining the role it plays in metabolic process. Today, millions around the world rely on insulin injection to stay alive because they can no longer wake the sleeping hormone. This article will examine the role of insulin as ‘the sleeping hormone’, how often you wake […]

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October 14, 2016 symptoms-of-diabetes

10 Common Symptoms Of Diabetes You Should Watch Out For

Diabetes is the fastest growing epidemic in the world. The number of people living with diabetes has almost quadrupled since 1980 to 422 million adults, with most living in developing countries. In Nigeria, About 7 million people are still living with diabetes, while more than 1.56 million cases of diabetes were recorded in 2015. Also, […]

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October 12, 2016 slow-healing-wound-as-symptom-of-diabetes

Slow Healing Wound As Symptom of Diabetes

In some cases, a slow healing wound could signal an underlying medical condition such as diabetes. Wounds or sores that take more than a few weeks to heal might be infected and require medical treatment, and often indicate an underlying disease such as diabetes. When you cut or burn yourself, your body begins a three-stage process […]

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October 12, 2016 weight-loss-symptom-diabetes

Unexplained Weight Loss As Symptom of Diabetes

Unexplained weight loss is the term used to describe a decrease in body weight that occurs unintentionally and can be a warning sign of diabetes. The amount you weigh is determined by a number of factors including age, your calorie intake and overall health. Once you reach middle adulthood, your weight should remain relatively stable […]

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