This is where I am going to comment on all the research I find on my trip to the Library on Friday 24th, we will meet at the Library. Here are topics I am looking for; Causes, Symptoms, Statistics, Cure, Remedies, and Research.
3/2/2012

Title: Risk Factors for Diabetes.
Source: Diabetes (0-929661-16-8); Jan2011, p6-11, 6p
Document Type: Article
Subject Terms: DIABETES -- Risk factors
VIRUS diseases
FAMILY medical history
NON-insulin-dependent diabetes
ETHNICITY
OBESITY
Abstract: The article offers information on the risk factors of diabetes. It notes that type 1 diabetes may be triggered by a particular kind of viral infection or genetic susceptibility. It states that family history plays an important role in type 2 diabetes as well as the race and ethnic background. It adds that obesity is the major contributing factor for type 2 diabetes as the risk of this disease rises as person's weight increases. INSET: Do You Need More Vitamin D?.
ISBN: 9780929661162
Accession Number: 60720129

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Miriam Mendoza
3/2/2012

Title: Causes of Diabetes.
Source: Diabetes (0-929661-16-8); Jan2011, p5-6, 2p
Document Type: Article
Subject Terms: DIABETES
AUTOIMMUNE diseases
DIABETICS
INSULIN resistance
IMMUNE system
PANCREATIC beta cells
OBESITY
Abstract: The article offers information on the causes of diabetes. It notes that type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease in which the immune system produces antibodies that destroy and attack the insulin-secreting beta cells in the pancreas. It states that type 2 diabetes is caused by inadequate amounts of insulin and a combination of insulin resistance. It adds that obesity is the major contributing factor to type 2 diabetes and insulin resistance.
ISBN: 9780929661162
Accession Number: 60720128

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Miriam Mendoza
3/2/2012

Title: What Is Diabetes?
Source: Diabetes (0-929661-16-8); Jan2011, p1-4, 4p, 1 Diagram
Document Type: Article
Subject Terms: DIABETES
CHRONIC diseases
BLOOD sugar
DIABETICS
INSULIN
Abstract: The article provides a discussion about diabetes mellitus or simply referred to as diabetes. It notes that it is a chronic disease in which the high levels of glucose are building up in the bloodstream. It adds that the frequent passing of urine containing glucose and persistent thirst are the characteristic symptoms of diabetes. It defines glucose as a sugar serving that provides energy for the cells of the body and insulin as a controller on how much glucose the liver produces. INSET: How the Pancreas Regulates Blood Glucose.
ISBN: 9780929661162
Accession Number: 60720124

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