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Finished: 11 PM Sun 06 May 18 UTC
Private Jeff merchant
1 day /phase
Pot: 50 D - Autumn, 2001, Finished
Modern Diplomacy II, Draw-Size Scoring
1 excused missed turn
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22 Apr 18 UTC Spring, 1994: And so it begins
22 Apr 18 UTC Spring, 1994: Thus
23 Apr 18 UTC Spring, 1994: Thus
23 Apr 18 UTC Spring, 1994: If im going sown you're going down with me adam
23 Apr 18 UTC Spring, 1994: down*
23 Apr 18 UTC Spring, 1994: сука блять
23 Apr 18 UTC Spring, 1994: I am suspicious of
23 Apr 18 UTC Spring, 1994: Everyone
23 Apr 18 UTC Spring, 1994: Uwu
23 Apr 18 UTC Spring, 1994: No
23 Apr 18 UTC Spring, 1994: Guys attack Spain
23 Apr 18 UTC Spring, 1994: What the what
23 Apr 18 UTC Spring, 1994: Ally
23 Apr 18 UTC Spring, 1994: Ally
23 Apr 18 UTC Spring, 1994: Guys keep Moscow DMZ whole game
23 Apr 18 UTC Spring, 1994: Guys can we just kill ben
23 Apr 18 UTC Spring, 1994: Je vais violer tous tes ânes et vous écraser dans un tas de cendres
23 Apr 18 UTC Spring, 1994: ジャパン!日が来るのか、ぼやき
23 Apr 18 UTC Spring, 1994: Hey enza minombreesgeoff
23 Apr 18 UTC Spring, 1994: Type 1 and 2 diabetes

Diabetes is a serious disease that lasts a lifetime however it is treatable. If you are diagnosed with diabetes, you are unable to digest the sugars in food and this means you have to depend on many different things to help you survive. The two types of diabetes are Type 1 and Type 2, which both have different symptoms and can be treated differently. Diabetes currently cannot be cured but it can be controlled and helped in many different ways.

A normal person without diabetes will break Dow the sugars and carbohydrates in the food they eat and turns it into glucose. This glucose is used everywhere in your body to do everyday tasks, and a hormone called insulin is needed to pair with the glucose and actually turn it into energy and be able to use it. Diabetes is caused when the body doesn't produce enough insulin, or produce any at all and is results in an eventual buildup of glucose in the bloodstream and this can damage the blood vessels. If ignores, diabetes can cause harm to many important organs such as the heart or the kidneys.

Type 1 diabetes is caused by the body not communicating and therefore damaging its own pancreas. This results in the pancreas not functioning properly and insulin is not produced. It is autoimmune and it can be caused by faulty cells in the pancreas that just doesn't allow it to produce any insulin, it can also be genetically passed down from parents. There are many risks of Type 1 diabetes, some of which include damage to the eyes and the kidneys, burn most importantly it increases the risk of heart disease and strokes. Treatment for type 1 diabetes include taking insulin shots, which can be taken in many different ways including.
• Through a syringe and injected into the skin
• Insulin pens
• Jet injectors
• Insulin pumps
People diagnosed with type 1 diabetes have to carefully monitor their blood sugar levels, usually by pricking their finger and measuring their blood sugar levels on a small device. This tells them wether if they need to take a shot of insulin or not. It is not a big concern as it can be easily treated but if ignore, type 1 diabetes can cause major issues to the heart.

In Scotland, roughly one out of every twenty five people are diagnosed with diabetes, making the figure at roughly 228000 people, however there are also an estimated 10% of people who are not currently diagnosed with diabetes, but still have it which brings the total figure up to roughly 250000. Type 1 diabetes accounts for only roughly 12% of the Scottish population who have diabetes however, so the figure for people who do have type 1 diabetes is roughly at 30000 including the people who are not currently diagnosed.

Type 2 diabetes is most common in people who are obese and they have a very high risk of developing type 2 diabetes. This is the result of lack of insulin as well, but in this case the pancreas still does produce insulin, but either it isn't enough for the body to survive, or the cells are resistant to it, meaning they won't take it in. This usually affects the fat, muscle and liver cells. Type 2 diabetes can also cause damage to the eye, kidneys and nerves whilst also increasing the risk of heart disease and stroke.

People who are diagnosed with type 2 diabetes have to “force” their pancreas to work harder, but sometimes this doesn't produce enough insulin for he body. It can be helped with weight management, and often people who do have type 2 diabetes exercise more which is a natural way to help the condition. Medications are issued if needed and blood sugar levels are measured by an A1C test which measures the avarage glucose levels in the blood over the past 3 months, and depending on the severity medications may be issued.