Air Pollution Can Raise Risk of Type 2 Diabetes

Exposure to heightened air pollution could be a cause of mild to severe health problems including but not limited to asthma, skin allergies, blood pressure, and Type 2 diabetes etc. It’s important to consider the factors that you can control, such as being aware that morning and evening commute times might not be the best time to go for a run or a walk. Change up your schedule so that you’re not engaging in outdoor activities near sources of pollutants or during peak hours. Continue Reading

Controlling diabetes

 

Diabetes is a never ending problem, there is only way to deal with diabetes is to live with it. It has been reported in CDC report of America that about 29.1 million population of the United States have diabetes. Diabetes is regarded as the seventh leading cause of death all over the world. It is a chronic disease, which occurs when the pancreas of a person does not produce enough insulin or when the body is not able to use the insulin it produces. This condition leads to an increased level of glucose in the blood. There are various types of diabetes conditions, which are listed below:

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