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What is diabetes insipidus?

diabetes insipidus

ADH is a hormone that controls how much water your kidneys make into urine to prevent you from getting dehydrated. People who don’t have enough ADH in their bodies can develop a condition called diabetes insipidus (DI) or water diabetes. Here’s a look at what causes diabetes insipidus and what you can do to get it under control.

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Hypoglycemia symptoms

hypoglycemia symptoms

Everyone reacts differently to low blood sugar. That’s why it’s important for you to know your own hypoglycemia symptoms, so that you can recognize a low and treat it quickly. The common signs and symptoms of hypoglycemia can include any of the following, on a spectrum from mild early symptoms to severe symptoms.

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Type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease prevention

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Diabetes Care Community spoke with Dr. Vincent Woo, an endocrinologist based in Winnipeg, and Dr. Nicholas Giacomantonio, a cardiologist based in Halifax. They talked about the important link between type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease, and how new therapies can help people at high risk prevent heart attack and stroke.

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