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Old January 29 2013, 04:39 PM   #1490
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thestrangequark wrote: View Post
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.
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