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My question to the forum: Since diabetes can lead to health problems like heart disease, stroke, and kidney failure. Do youthink if people know they are at risk they can often prevent or delay diabetes by making healthy changes to their diet andlifestyle? How useful are healthy changes and lifestyle changes in reducing the number of these clinical conditions in yourcommunity?
8/25/2021HS 2211 - AY2021-T5: Discussion 427/37ReferencesDabrowski, E., Kadakia, R., & Zimmerman, D. (2016). Diabetes insipidus in infants and children. Best practice & research. Clinicalendocrinology & metabolism, 30(2), 317–328.Kavanagh, C., & Uy, N. S. (2019). Nephrogenic Diabetes Insipidus. Pediatric clinics of North America, 66(1), 227–234.OpenStax. (2018) Anatomy & physiology. Houston, TX: Rice University..597 wordsPermalinkShow parentHello Tawedzerwa,You wrote a wonderful discussion post with great detail on diabetes. Your explanation of the impact on the nervous systemis well written.Regarding your question, I think people know the danger of diabetes but most people only act (counteract) when they arepersonally affected by it. Health changes before getting sick are very successful because they prevent this disease fromhappening in the first place.68 wordsPermalinkShow parentRe: Discussion 4byNico Buhrig- Wednesday, 14 July 2021, 6:43 AMHello Tawedzerwa,I enjoyed reading your DF submission; you have done an excellent job. Your work is neat, engaging, well-composed, andinformative. Have a lovely day.Abdulfatai Muhammed28 wordsPermalinkShow parentRe: Discussion 4byAbdulfatai Muhammed- Wednesday, 14 July 2021, 8:38 AMWell done Sairia, diabetes is becoming a killer today . People changing their lifestyle and doing regular excuses can helpRe: Discussion 4bySamuel Twesigye- Wednesday, 14 July 2021, 12:33 PM
8/25/2021HS 2211 - AY2021-T5: Discussion 428/37beat it . Sedentary lifestyles that lead to over weight increases the risk of getting diabetes.36 wordsPermalinkShow parentI will be expounding on the Thyroid glands and Hashimoto's Thyroiditis, a clinical disorder that represents a fundamentaldisturbance of the structural or functional integrity of the endocrine system. The thyroid is a “butterfly-shaped” gland in thebase of the neck that is mainly made up of glandular tissue. It coils around the trachea's anterior part and extends greatly onthe trachea's and larynx's lateral sides. The left and right lateral lobes are the lateral masses, while the isthmus is the narrowermedial zone. Triiodothyronine (T3) and thyroxine are two important metabolic hormones produced by the thyroid gland (T4).Iodine is used to make T3 and T4, with T3 having three atoms and T4 containing four. T3 and T4 are used to control the body'smetabolism by turning on and stimulating the production of proteins in nearly every cell in the body. Increased heart rate,tissue growth and development, body heat output, and energy intake are all physiological consequences of increased cellularmetabolism (OpenStax.2018).

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