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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Type 1 & 2 Diabetes Type 2 Type 1 Another name for type 2 diabetes is AdultOnset Diabetes, although, lately children and teens have been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes.When you have type 2 diabetes, your body doesn't recognize insulin and doesn't respond to it. However,it is sometimes preventable. You have to get a insulin injection every once in a while. The treatment for type 2 diabetes is pills. It is not genetic. Another name for type 1 diabetesis Juvenile Onset Diabetes. It is when the body creates littleor no insulin. It is genetic, and there is no way to prevent it. The usual age of onset is when you are a child or young adult. Oral medications that you can use are Novalog and Humalog. You have to take shots every day to help your body. Some complications are that your kidneys start shutting down and the nerves act funny. *Type 1 is genetic and type 2 is not*Treatment is different*Type 1 body still makes insulin, type 2 body rejects it*Common age is different Differences Adults with Type 2 DiabetesType 1 &Type 2 90% You can prevent type 2 diabetes by watching your weight and exercising. Risk factors include *Being overweight*Not exercising*Being over 45 years old*Have history withcardiacvascular diasease Health Problems*Skin complication*Eye complications*Neuropathy*Stroke Diabetes is the 7thleading cause of death By Eliana Rutherford Insulin is an injection used to control blood sugar for type 1 diabetes. The pancreas makes insulin.
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