Disease and Treatment

Diabetes Complications – How to Save Your Eyesight ?

Diabetes Complications – How to Save Your Eyesight ?

Diabetic retinopathy is the main cause of blindness in adults diagnosed with diabetes mellitus. How to preserve vision and avoid the serious consequences of diabetes? American endocrinologists and ophthalmologists will help to understand this issue. Diabetic retinopathy is a specific progressive pathology of the retina of the eye, which is a difficult late complication of diabetic microangiopathy in diabetes mellitus. This disease is observed in almost 90% of patients with diabetes mellitus of both types. Blindness develops in such patients 25 times more than in the general population. Defeat of blood vessels in diabetes mellitus, caused by high blood glucose levels, may also occur…
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What are the first signs of Diabetes ?

What are the first signs of Diabetes ?

Many signs of developing diabetes can be seen. If you pay attention to them in time, the serious consequences of the disease can be avoided. Signs of diabetes at early stages may be poorly expressed, and symptoms are invisible. The treatment of diabetes mainly involves regulating blood sugar levels, controlling nutrition and dieting.  Diabetes has grown at the scale of the global epidemic: according to the World Health Organization, about 347 million people in the world have diabetes, and by 2030 their number may exceed 530 million. Diabetes is one of the leading causes of premature morbidity and mortality, as often leads…
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5 Diseases that can Kill you within 24 Hours

5 Diseases that can Kill you within 24 Hours

There are lot of diseases which can kill a person within few hours. In addition to the fact that the mortality rate ranges from 50% to 90%, it is also highly contagious.  Vaccines from the Ebola virus have not yet been invented. From the first symptoms of the disease to the fatal outcome in the form of a massive hemorrhage can pass from a few hours to a day. Ebola Virus Good news: the virus is transmitted not by airborne droplets , but only when you touch the bodily secretions of the diseased. Therefore, the infected almost immediately isolated. The bad news (they actually two): natural foci…
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