87% of patients with type 1 diabetes, and 43% of type 2 diabetics will experience hypoglycemia. That means that nearly all of Type 1 and almost half of type 2 diabetics will experience one or multiple hypoglycemic events at some point in treatment. Learn more about how patients taking insulin can prevent hypoglycemia and achieve optimal blood sugar levels.
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How can I reduce my risk of reflux?
You can do a few things to help lower your chances of having reflux. Maintaining a healthy weight, limiting your alcohol and caffeine intake, and quit smoking. Also, it's not a good idea to eat right before laying down at bedtime since that can help food come up more easily.
What is developmental dysplasia?
Developmental dysplasia is a problem with the hip development in young girls. It happens when a girl is born with a shallow socket in the hip joint, and this can lead to pain and degeneration as the hip bone continues to develop through adolescence. This degeneration at an early age can ultimately lead to osteoarthritis developing.
Is asthma hereditary?
Asthma does tend to run in families. Often if you have an individual in a household with asthma, you will commonly see more asthma in the family. If you think you are having asthma symptoms, you should address these with your family doctor.