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Sugar, in the form of glucose, is one of your body's energy sources. But a high blood sugar level can be very dangerous—and lead to diabetes.

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Type 1 diabetes is when your body can’t produce enough insulin to regulate blood sugar levels. The disease can be life-threatening. Despite that, it is a highly treatable condition.
Prediabetes means that your blood sugar level is high, but not high enough to be diabetes. Diet and exercise can get rid of prediabetes and lower your risk of getting type 2 diabetes.
Gestational diabetes is a form of high blood sugar affecting pregnant women with little to no symptoms. Treatments include monitoring blood sugar and maintaining a diet.
Frequent urination can signify normal physiological changes. But in some cases, it may be a sign of an underlying condition or infection.
Type 2 diabetes causes high blood sugar levels. Know the early signs of diabetes, and when to get tested.
If you have diabetes, you’re at increased risk for foot complications. Learn the symptoms and causes of foot problems, how to protect your feet, and when to see a doctor.

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