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What does type 2 diabetes do on a cellular level?

In type 2 diabetes, if glucose does not get into the cells, too much will stay in the blood, causing the symptoms of diabetes! Any Suggestions here?

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  1. thomas baumann Reply:

    research is finding that cell phone use is a direct link to type 11 diabetes. Dr diane stearns has done a lot of research on this and low level radiation is linked, like cell phone use, micro waves etc.

  2. Bertie Reply:

    What Happens on the Cellular Level to Cause Type 2 Diabetes? type 1 and type 2 diabetes is that while people with type 1 diabetes do not produce enough insulin, people with type 2 diabetes can have normal or even high levels of insulin. Detail:http://www.ehow.com/how-does_5147488_happens-level-cause-type-diabetes.html

  3. Terri Reply:

    sugar is necessary to run your entire system. it goes everywhere. in a diabetic, sugar tends to run high which can put too much sugar into all those organs & cells. here’s what happens. too much sugar in vital organs will sort of "clog" the

  4. Rhonda Reply:

    Type 2 diabetes occurs when the pancreas fails to work properly or the body becomes insulin resistant. The cause in unknown but obesity and inactivity may play important roles in its onset. More:http://answers.ask.com/Health/Diseases/what_is_diabetes_type_2

  5. Tandy Reply:

    Type 2 diabetes is a disease of the pancreas.It is common in those who are over weight. The disease is diagosed when the pancreas does not produce enough insulin to regulate blood sugar. It is controled by diet and exercise. More:http://answers.ask.com/Health/Diseases/what_is_type_2_diabetes

  6. Kasey Reply:

    The key difference between type 1 and type 2 diabetes is that while people with type 1 diabetes do not produce enough insulin, people with type 2 diabetes can have normal or even high levels of insulin. Insulin resistance usually precedes t… More:http://www.ehow.com/how_5147488_happens-level-cause-type-diabetes.html

  7. Jadwiga Reply:

    Cellular metabolic pathways: diabetes type 2 question? hi for a uni report metabolic pathways involved in type, i need to discuss the 2 diabetes. i have so many books and webs

  8. Emiko Reply:

    sugar is necessary to run your entire system! it goes everywhere! in a diabetic, sugar tends to run high which can put too much sugar into all those organs cells! heres what happens! too much sugar in vital organs will sort of clog the works! it becomes corrosive! too much sugar will weaken tissues lead to failure of things like kidneys, heart, intestines, nerves, brain cells! the complication of eyes is from blood vessels becoming weak leaking which can lead to blindness if not treated! sometimes new vessels are created which are weak from the beginning leak! theres a lot more, but this is a start!

  9. Debroah Reply:

    Many young type 2 diabetics do not have symptoms because their hyperglycemia Hyperglycemia can be diagnosed fairly quickly in known diabetic children. It may take several days, however, to restore normal cellular levels of potassium,

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