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Chances are you already know that having diabetes automatically puts you at risk for developing heart disease. But what does that really mean? Does it mean you’re more likely to have high blood pressure or a stroke, or does diabetes also increase your risk for developing other heart-related conditions? Take this quiz to see how much you really know about diabetes and heart disease. Q 1. What percentage of people who have diabetes die of heart disease or stroke? A. 20% B. 34% C. 65% D. 78% 2. Which country is considered the “Diabetes Capital of the World”? A. China B. The United States C. Mexico D. India 3. Which of the following is NOT a potential side effect of peripheral artery disease (PAD)? A. Numbness B. Pain during or when not exercising C. Amputation of a limb or part of a limb D. Gangrene E. Nail fungus 4. Not only are people who have Type 1 diabetes mellitus at risk for coronary artery disease, but they also have an increased risk of developing which of the following: 1. Endocarditis 2. Heart attack 3. Periodontal disease A. 1 only B. 1 and 2 C. 3 only D. 2 and 3 E. All of the above 5. According to recently updated guidelines for diabetes set by the American Diabetes Continue reading >>

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    PBS 2.1 - Diabetes

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    Question 1
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    Diabetes Type I is also called

    Juvenile diabetes
    Adult onset diabetes
    Question 2
    30 seconds

    Hormone that causes blood sugar to be lowered

    Glucagon
    Glycogen
    Insulin

    Glucose
    Question 3
    30 seconds

    Hormone that causes blood sugar to be raised

    Glucagon
    Glycogen
    Insulin

    Glucose
    Question 4
    30 seconds

    Monosaccharide that is found in blood

    Disaccharide
    Amino Acid
    Nucleotide

    Glucose
    Question 5
    30 seconds

    Gland that secretes hormones that regulate blood glucose

    Liver
    Adrenals
    Pancreas

    Thyroid
    Question 6
    30 seconds

    Protein situated on the cell membrane that is sensitive to Insulin molecules

    glucose transporter
    insulin receptor
    insulin channel

    glucose channel
    Question 7
    30 seconds

    A steady or balanced state of the body

    Homeostasis
    Homeopathy
    Negative feedback

    Postive feedback
    Question 8
    30 seconds

    This organ stores glycogen, which is released when your blood glucose is too low

    Pancreas
    Liver
    Small Intestine

    Spleen
    Question 9
    30 seconds

    When your blood sugar is too low, we refer to that as

    hyperglycemia
    hypoglycemia
    diabetes
    Question 10
    30 seconds

    In Type 1 diabetes,

    too much fat blocks the insulin receptors
    no insulin is produced
    insulin is produced, but is shaped incorrectly

    the insulin receptors may be shaped incorrectly

    Question 11
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    The glucose/insulin system is controlled by a_____________________ feedback mechanism.

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