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Transcript of DIABETES
affects your body’s ability
to produce or use insulin.
If you produce little or no
insulin too much sugar
remains in your blood. Chromosomes 6 and 11 It is a gene mutation a
mutation of the gene that
regulates the reactivity of
the immune system that is
a major cause to diabetes -Excessive thirst and appetite
-Unusual weight loss or gain
-Nausea, perhaps vomiting
-Slow-healing sores or cuts -25.8 million children and adults in the United States 8.3% of the population have diabetes.(2011)
-1.9 million people over the age of 20 are diagnosed with diabetes each year.
-14% take insulin and oral medications
-12% take insulin only
-58% take oral medications only
-16% do not take medications Actress Berry was diagnosed with type 1
diabetes at age 22, after she became ill
and slipped into a weeklong coma. In
2007, however, Berry announced that she’d
weaned herself off insulin. -http://www.google.com/search
- Person affected may affect your quality of life
icluding ,never ending demands
of diabetes care, Amputation,
kidney disease,heart disease and
stroke. Inherited If your mother has Diabetes,
you are less likely to inherit
it than if it was your father.
There is also the inherited love of
certain foods that can contribute
Its is an autosomal recessive. What chromosome pair
is it located Treatments -Transplantation
-Blood Glucose Control
-Diets Objectives -Learn what is diabetes
-what chromosome is it located
-what type of mutation is it
-how the disorder is passed down
-learn the symptoms