Type 1 of Diabetes• Type 1 diabetes occurs 5 to 10 percent in persons• Type 1 diabetes occur in children and teen• Type 1 Diabetes may happen in adults but it will be called latent autoimmune diabetes or type 1.5
Diabetes and More• Type 1 diabetes is usually develop quickly an in a short period of time• A children with a parent or sibling has a 2 of 6% of getting diabetes type 1
Video Type 1http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4EEtubB74lM
Type 2 Diabetes• If you have diabetes is because your body has problems with how it functions with the insulin.• When you have diabetes many of your muscle don’t work properly with the insulin
Diabetes Information• Usually type 2 diabetes happen very slow• Type 2 diabetes doesnt’t only effect over weight people it also effects thin people• This diabetes type doesnt occur in children
Video Type 2S hortcut to the fabric and faces of diabetes.lnk
Diabetes Symptoms• Common symptoms of diabetes include:• Excessive thirst and appetite• Increased urination (sometimes as often as every hour)• Unusual weight loss or gain• Fatigue• Nausea, perhaps vomiting
More Symptoms• Blurred vision• In women, frequent vaginal infections• In men and women, yeast infections• Dry mouth• Slow-healing sores or cuts• Itching skin, especially in the groin or vaginal area
Percent of people with Diabetes in the US Series 130252015 Series 110 50 under 20 older than 65 and men woman 20 older
Standards• BI 9.c. Students know how to feedback loops in the nervous and endocrine system regulate conditions in the body.• This standard relates to my topic because the pancreas is located in the endocrine system and the diabetes take place in the pancreas
Standards• BI 4.d. students know specialization of cells in multicellular organisms is usually due to different patterns of gene expression rather to differences of the genes themselves• This standard relates to diabetes because sometimes diabetes can be passed by generations of ancestors that deals with your genes because you can be a carrier or have diabetes
Standards Linked Together• My standards are linked together because they talk about the pancreas and were the insulin is made and they also talk about the genetics and how the diabetes can be passed from one another
Work Citedno author. Copyright 1995-2012 american diabetesasssosiation nov 22 2011http://www.diabetes.org/diabetes-basics/type-1/No author. Copyright 2005-2012 web MD NOV23,2012http://diabetes.webmd.com/No author. Copyright dec.05.2011. Medline Plus nov26,2011http://diabetes.webmd.com/
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