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Type 1 diabetics more likely than type 2 to die of coronavirus
Type 1 diabetics are more likely to die of COVID-19 than those with type 2, according to National Health Service (NHS) research confirming that diabetes significantly increases coronavirus sufferers’ risk of dying.
The sign on your eyelids that may signal type 2 diabetes symptoms
Type 2 diabetes causes a person’s body to lose control of the amount of glucose in the blood. The body doesn’t respond to insulin properly and may not produce enough, causing blood glucose levels to become too high. If blood glucose isn’t controlled properly and stays too high it can lead to a number of problems, including kidney failure, nerve damage, heart disease and stroke.
NHS app dedicated to weight loss could help prevent type 2 diabetes in UK
Type 2 diabetes affects over four million people in the UK and those numbers are growing every day. Lifestyle plays a huge role in developing the condition and with obesity at an all time high, a new UK National Health Service (NHS) backed app hopes to get Britons healthier and reduce their risk of developing the condition.

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