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Diabetes Mellitus Disease Is an Opportunity to Become Healthier People 

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Diabetes is something we unfortunately hear about often these days. It is no longer just a
condition of the elderly as we are seeing dramatic increases in the number of young people being
affected by diabetes. Diabetes is a serious disease and should not be ignored, it is a complex
health problem and a national challenge. Diabetes is a life-long, chronic disease that affects as
many as 16 million Americans. It is also the number one cause of acquired blindness.

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Slide 1: ==== ==== Here is your link to a Free E-book on Diabetes: http://adf.ly/53Nwy ==== ==== Diabetes mellitus is nothing new. Diabetes mellitus is not a new disease and contrary to this it has been around since ancient times and at that time they considered it as having a death sentence. All throughout history many nations have been battling with this disease, mostly with varying degrees of success. The very first detailed description of diabetes had been published in the canon of medicine and produced by Avicenna, sometime between the year 980 and 1037 in medieval Persia. This detailed account described the symptoms of diabetes as the sweet taste of urine, abnormal appetite and sexual dysfunction. Avicenna is also known to have treated diabetes patients using a mixture that reduced the levels of sugar being excreted in the urine. You might be interested in knowing that this treatment is still around today, but not widely used by the general diabetic public. Many treatments for diabetes have been used throughout the ages and they varied from region to region, however, the pathogenesis of the disease had not been explored until the 1900s. Diabetes mellitus disease When my father and I discovered this piece of valuable information, we embarked on further research to learn all about diabetes mellitus, despite the fact that it had been in the late stages of his illness. It became important that we continue with the research to learn more about diabetes mellitus. We considered it important because we discovered early that in some cases you can also inherit the disease. Embarking on a new quest can be an exciting thing, and our quest for more information brought some added benefits as well, like bringing us closer together for example. We searched throughout the ages for effective treatments in curing the disease or at making life with the disease more bearable and in this quest we learned all about diabetes mellitus that we could. As an example we discovered that although the word diabetes is mostly used to refer to a person suffering from diabetes, the correct terminology of the word is 'Diabetes Mellitus'. The word mellitus is said to mean millite, which means sweeten with honey and honey sweet, this in turn
Slide 2: comes from mill meaning honey, sweetness or pleasant things. Are you seeing a relationship here, do you see that the ancients have given us the clues and the means to effectively combat this ailment? Diabetes mellitus introduction Sometime in 1675 Thomas Willis introduced the word mellitus to the word diabetes; this was after he noticed that the urine of his patients had a sweetness about it and as a result of this observation it gave a designation to the disease. This sweet taste of urine has been recognized by many nations throughout the history of the disease as being an indicator of the presence of diabetes, these included the Greeks, the Egyptians, the Chinese, the Indians and the Persians. These ancient people used many effective remedies that are still being used today, but only by people who know where to look for them. Unlike the pass, today anyone who want to learn about diabetes mellitus only have to search on the internet, where they will find a wealth of information on the subject. However, they are many myths associated with diabetes, so you have to be prudent and consistent about the research. You should also try to make sure to corroborate your findings before acting on them or it could backfire on you. I am Michael Bourne and I witness my father suffering with diabetes mellitus. We search all throughout history's accounts to find a solution. To find out all about diabetes mellitus, please visit http://www.curing-diabetes.blogspot.com and have a look at the ebook we created about diabetic diets while you are there. Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Michael_Bourne ==== ==== Here is your link to a Free E-book on Diabetes: http://adf.ly/53Nwy
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