A General Overview of Diabetes The disease diabetes is categorized as a chronic condition that occurs when the pancreas does not provide enough of the hormone insulin. Insulin is necessary for the production of glucose in the blood. Glucose is a sugar that provides energy to cells without which they cannot function properly. Without medical intervention, diabetes is a fatal disease. Diabetes is medically classified into two categories: Type 1 and Type 2, though there is also another diabetic condition known as diabetes insipidus. Because this disease affects so many people, crosses cultural and seriocomic lines, and is of great concern to the medical community, it is worthy of examination. Diabetes is currently being classified by the...The end:
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