Diabetes Complications.

 

 

Defense Against Diabetes Complications

Among the diseases which cause the most death in the world, diabetes is given the fifth position. Approximately 8 percent of the citizens of the United States have been diagnosed with diabetes. Each year, in the United States alone, the expenditure on diabetes amounts to nearly 180 billion. Many diabetes complications, the main ones being neuropathy, nephropathy, retinopathy (a disease of the eye), cerebrovascular disease and coronary heart disease, are serious and can have a negative bearing on life. Since diabetics die not because of the disease but due to the complications it brings, knowing how to avoid getting diabetic complications is important once you have been given a diagnosis of diabetes.

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