Diabetes health hub

We have a huge bank of information related to diabetes and associated conditions, so whether you need to find out more about the disease, learn how to manage it by changing your lifestyle or with medication or if you simply want to avoid it altogether, we are here to help.

The body uses a hormone made by the pancreas, called insulin, to break down sugar in the blood. In the case of type 1 diabetes, the pancreas stops producing insulin altogether. In type 2 diabetes, the body cannot produce enough insulin to handle all the sugar in the body. Patients with an impaired glucose tolerance are considered pre-diabetic and should take action before type 2 diabetes takes hold.

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