since type 1 is a disease wherein the body cannot produce insulin at all, as opposed to type 2, which is a disease wherein the body becomes resistant to its own insulin, the sensitivity levels of type 1 diabetics tend to be orders of magnitude lower than type 2s. However, a type 1 diabetic can also get type 2 diabetes.
You've mentioned before that Types 1 and 2 are very different, but I didn't know they were that
different. Thanks for this info.
In other news, here is my nephew and some of his artwork. My sister and brother-in-law are teaching him well:
There's nothing better than children's artwork. It's so completely uninhibited. Even better are the "Well, duh
" looks some kids give adults when asked to explain their pictures. Us adults are just too stupid to figure it out ourselves.