They are much more likely to have metabolic syndrome—a condition that puts you at high risk for diabetes and heart disease.
Some were elderly with underlying conditions like hypertension and diabetes.
“And like diabetes, it can be mild or severe,” the psychiatrist notes.
Their app, Colorimetrix, is accurate enough to monitor conditions such as diabetes, kidney disease, and urinary tract infections.
"Everyone" wants people with cancer and diabetes and so forth to have coverage.
The presence of grape sugar or glucose indicates the disease known as diabetes.
Persistent furunculosis is not infrequent in diabetes mellitus.
This disease occurs in two forms—diabetes insipidus and diabetes mellitus.
He undertook an affair for me, and I gave him advice; he was in the last stage of diabetes.
All cases of cataract in diabetes are not, however, necessarily true diabetic cataracts in the above sense.
1560s, from medical Latin diabetes, from late Greek diabetes "excessive discharge of urine" (so named by Aretaeus the Cappadocian, physician of Alexandria, 2c.), literally "a passer-through, siphon," from diabainein "to pass through," from dia- "through" (see dia-) + bainein "to go" (see come).
An old common native name for it was pissing evil. In classical Greek, diabainein meant "to stand or walk with the legs apart," and diabetes meant "a drafting compass," from the position of the legs.
diabetes di·a·be·tes (dī'ə-bē'tĭs, -tēz)
Any of several metabolic disorders marked by excessive discharge of urine and persistent thirst, especially one of the two types of diabetes mellitus.