Posted April 8, 2021
Type 2 diabetes is one condition you can’t ignore. As the most common type of diabetes, it can develop at any time in your life when your body has trouble producing insulin and controlling your blood sugar level. Luckily, the condition can be prevented with some healthy lifestyle changes. But if you’re diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, know that it isn’t all your fault. The condition is largely a numbers game based on your lifestyle and health. While some of these factors are in your control, some of them simply aren’t, such as genetics and medical history. Read more.