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For the past year my son has been struggling with High Blood Sugar.
There’s an array of reasons — from the physiological to adolescent ignorance but at the end of that 6 second beep of the testing meter — the reason why becomes irrelevant until after the correction is made. 413 more words
- The word “diabetes” is Greek for “siphon,” which refers to the copious urine of uncontrolled diabetes. “Mellitus” is Latin for “honey” or “sweet,” a name added when physicians discovered that the urine from people with diabetes is sweet with glucose. 1,743 more words