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Risk of Type 2 diabetes inAsian women
TABLE OF CONTENTSINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1MAIN BODY...................................................................................................................................1CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................3REFERENCES................................................................................................................................4
INTRODUCTIONNon-communicable diseases are the illness of long duration and generally slowprogression. There are four main types of non-communicable disease are cardiovasculardiseases, cancer, chronic respiration disease and diabetes. It is non-transferable among and non-infectious among people. This present report present the detailed description of Risk ofType 2diabetes in Asian women over by reviewing five articles.MAIN BODYDiabetes is global challenges as it is growing health problems in rich and poor countries.Diabetes is an issue with the body which caused blood glucose (sugar) level to rise higher thannormal which is known as hyperglycaemia. There are tow types of diabetes which are Type 1and Type 2 diabetes. The most common form of diabetes is Type 2 diabetes. It is chronicconditions in which body is not able to store the glucose in a proper manner.Article 1: Different Associations of Diabetes withhb-Cell Dysfunction and InsulinResistance Among Obese and Non-obese Chines Women with Prior Gestational DiabetesMellitusAccording toLi and et.al., (2014)The main objectives of this research is to examine therelative contributions of dysfunctioning of hb-Cell as well as resistance of insulin in order topostpartum risk of diabetes among obese as well as non-obese women before GDM. Researcherhas performed cross-sectional survey for last 1 to 5 years after 1263 women who had GDM gavebirth. The result has found that dysfunctionality of cells, resistance of insulin and decreasedsensitivity of insulin all were connected with hyperglycaemic status by over weight, obesegroups and normal weight and minimised insulin activity is same.Article 2: Risk of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus following Gestational Diabetes Pregnancy inWomen with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome.As per findings ofLo and et.al., (2017)The main aim of article was to found out risk ofType 2 diabetes with Gestation Diabetes with PCOS as well as the risk of type 2 diabetesmellitus persuading GDM pregnancy. Researcher has used cohort methods to determine theprevalence as well as predictor of GDM in which 988 pregnant women with PCOS is beingtaken. After doing deep study, researcher has found some results. Over 988, 192 women withPCOS has developed GDM. Asian race, older age, pregnancy obesity, family history DM,1
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