Risk factors for DIDMOAD
Wolfram is a genetic disorder that develops the symptoms at the early age of 6. Currently, there are no effective ways to delay or treat the disease. Thus, there are no defined epigenetic risk factors for the disease.
The only factor that marks the risk for an individual to develop the disease is the inheritance of defected variants of genes WFS 1 or CISD 2.
The risk is zero when one Read More
If blood sugar levels become too low, signs and symptoms may include:
An irregular heart rhythm
Tingling sensation around the mouth
Crying out during sleep
As hypoglycemia worsens, signs and symptoms may include:
Confusion, abnormal behavior or b Read More
Phosphate is a critical chemical found in the body that contains phosphorus, which plays a significant role in the development of bones and teeth; moreover, the mineral also supports the conversion of food into energy to fuel the cells. Phosphate Diabetes is a rare congenital disease that affects the skeletal system as well as the mineralization of the teeth.The condition can be noticed in the early years of children,Th Read More