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Type 2 diabetes symptoms: Five signs you could have nerve damage from high blood sugar

Type 2 diabetes is the result of high blood sugar levels. This can damage nerves inside the body. What are the five signs you’re suffering from it? Nerves carry messages between the brain and every part of the body. When the nerves are damaged by high blood sugar levels (typical of type 2 diabetes) it’s… Read More »

8 surprising signs your liver could do with a break from alcohol during lockdown

We all know overdoing the booze long-term can damage our livers, but do we really know what that means for our health in general? Just consider what the liver does. This vital organ is the body’s processing, storing and distribution factory, and performs more than 500 jobs, including transforming food into energy; detoxifying all the… Read More »

Bipolar Disorder in Teens and Young Adults: Know the Signs

Bipolar disorder is a mental disorder that causes unusual shifts in mood, marked by episodes of mania and depression. Common Signs & Symptoms of Mania Showing intense happiness or silliness for a long time Having a very short temper or seeming extremely irritable Talking very fast or having racing thoughts Having an inflated sense of ability, knowledge,… Read More »

Universal signs for hearing loss

Since the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was enacted in 1990, life has become a lot more accessible for everyone–especially for people who are deaf or hearing impaired. The signs of accessibility are everywhere, if you know what you’re looking for. Common signs for hearing impaired services   International Symbol of Access for Hearing Loss Also referred… Read More »

What are signs of diabetes in dogs

You might also be interested in When Is It Time To Panic? A dog that’s extremely ill may need to be hospitalized to return its blood sugar levels to normal. In addition, human titbits should never be given as they can also affect glucose levels. One of the components of their food, glucose, is carried… Read More »