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diabetes

  1. 1.  Tick the correct answer  1) What is diabetes? a) A large amount of sucrose. b) Insulin and sugar c) A defect in the body’s ability to convert glucose to energy. d) A deficiency to stop greedy people from continuing in their greed. 2) In order for glucose to be transferred from the Blood into the cells, the hormone-----------is needed; a) b) c) d) Insulin Sugar Tablets All of the above 3) Does diabetes have a cure? Yes No 4) Which of the following is not a symptom of Diabetes? a) b) c) d) Blurred vision Unusual thirst Fast healing cuts Frequent urination 5) Type 1 Diabetes occurs most frequently in... a) b) c) d) children and young adults the elderly people with bad immune systems males 6) How is Diabetes Diagnosed? a) b) c) d) When people are fat Tiredness Temperature Blood test Diabetes Awareness Quiz 7) Which of the following is something you should not do if diagnosed with diabetes? a) Begin an exercise program b) Increase portion size c) Make healthy food choices d) Limit your intake of concentrated sweets 8) Which of the following is not a level of care for Diabetes? a) Recommended care b) Limited care c) Comprehensive care d) Designated care 9) A person with Diabetes should check with a doctor to conduct urine micro albumin tests a) 6 months b) Annually c) Day d) Week 10) What are the prevention measures a person should take to minimise the risk of diabetes? a) Eat healthy b) Exercise c) Drink lots of water d) All of the above 11) John Doe has been diagnosed with Diabetes he refuses to take his medication... what would eventually happen to him? a) b) c) d) Get sick Lose weight Die Become ignorant 12) At the back of this sheet of paper write a poem on diabetes, the key is to include as much details as possible with an interesting rhyme scheme...  Good luck!!

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