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Hyperglycemia occurs when you have a higher than usual level of glucose in your blood. This can happen shortly after you have eaten a big meal and is not a problem if your glucose level returns to normal. Cells remove glucose from the blood in response toinsulin. If your pancreas doesn't make enough insulin, glucose can't enter the cells and remains in the blood. Blood glucose levels can also get too high if cells areunable to respond to insulin properly (insulinresistance). Without glucose, your cells are unable to make energy and can't function properly.
Maternal diabetes linked to a slight increase in ADHD risk in children

Maternal diabetes linked to a slight increase in ADHD risk in children

Treating early-stage heart failure in diabetic patients: Insights from ARISE-HF trial

Treating early-stage heart failure in diabetic patients: Insights from ARISE-HF trial

Burdock roots outshine dandelion in antidiabetic potential study

Burdock roots outshine dandelion in antidiabetic potential study

Infertile men more likely to have impaired kidney function, study says

Infertile men more likely to have impaired kidney function, study says

Early understanding of diabetes risk could help in better disease management

Early understanding of diabetes risk could help in better disease management

Antioxidant-rich diets linked to lower type 2 diabetes risk, supplements less effective

Antioxidant-rich diets linked to lower type 2 diabetes risk, supplements less effective

Exploring the role of iodine in obesity, diabetes, and other metabolic conditions

Exploring the role of iodine in obesity, diabetes, and other metabolic conditions

Artichoke's health secret, traditional remedy to modern marvel

Artichoke's health secret, traditional remedy to modern marvel

Unraveling the complexities of muscle repair in diabetes: A call for targeted research and therapies

Unraveling the complexities of muscle repair in diabetes: A call for targeted research and therapies

Does eating carbohydrates impact facial attractiveness?

Does eating carbohydrates impact facial attractiveness?

Thinking of switching to Quorn? It could help lower bad cholesterol by 10%

Thinking of switching to Quorn? It could help lower bad cholesterol by 10%

Increased adherence to DASH diet related to decreased probabilities of metabolic disease conditions among adolescents, particularly overweight girls

Increased adherence to DASH diet related to decreased probabilities of metabolic disease conditions among adolescents, particularly overweight girls

Spirulina shows promise in battling heart disease and diabetes

Spirulina shows promise in battling heart disease and diabetes

Study provides insight into potential mechanisms underlying diabetes-related disc tissue damage

Study provides insight into potential mechanisms underlying diabetes-related disc tissue damage

Beyond just a berry: The multifaceted health benefits of black chokeberry

Beyond just a berry: The multifaceted health benefits of black chokeberry

Pregnancy complications may also result in worse cardiovascular health for the child, study suggests

Pregnancy complications may also result in worse cardiovascular health for the child, study suggests

New treatment targeting aging cells could offer lasting relief for diabetic macular edema

New treatment targeting aging cells could offer lasting relief for diabetic macular edema

Pistachios: Ideal nighttime snack for prediabetic patients to manage blood glucose levels

Pistachios: Ideal nighttime snack for prediabetic patients to manage blood glucose levels

Legume intake among older adults improves cardiometabolic risk factors

Legume intake among older adults improves cardiometabolic risk factors

Scientific review explores adzuki beans' efficacy in diabetes prevention and management

Scientific review explores adzuki beans' efficacy in diabetes prevention and management

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