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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Type I and II Diabetes DOG Insulin is a hormonesecreted by the pancreas.It regulates blood sugarlevels and allows for glucose to have accessto the cell. Improper levels of insulin the body,including both types of diabetes,are a serious medical condition which can quickly become fatal. However, long-term andimmediate treatment for problems relating to insulinexists and is widely implemented. Type I Diabetes tends to make itselfapparent early in lifeand is often diagnosedin childhood. Unlike Type 2, it cannot be brought on by life choices. Insulin must often be injected to counter the effects of this disease. However, injecting hormones into the body is dangerous. Particularly, hormones such as insulin which have receptors on the cell surface and are therefore relatively fast-acting are dangerous to inject. Nerds and Geeks typically getplaced as the same types of people. However there are many differences between the two. What is Insulin? Victims Injectable Insulin Type I Diabetes is an inabilityto produce sufficientquantities of insulin. Thisresults in diabetics beingunable to naturally regulate their metabolisms. Type II Diabetes is also referred to as adult-onset diabetes. Poor lifestyle choices and genetics can lead to insulin resistance. In response, the pancreas stops producing enough insulin. Pancreas Produces insulin,glucagon and otherhormones. Failureof pancreaticfunction commonlyleads to diabetes. Symptoms
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