High blood sugar - infants; High blood glucose level - infants
Babies with hyperglycemia often have no symptoms.
Sometimes, babies with high blood sugars will produce large amounts of urine and become dehydrated. High blood sugars may be a sign that the baby has added stress on the body due to problems such as an infection or heart failure.
A blood test to check glucose (blood sugar) levels can be done at the bedside...Read more
As all families with young children with type 1 diabetes know, it is a balancing act to try to keep blood glucose levels within a defined... Read more »
This week I have seen so many teens aged 15 years and 9 months. Why is this age so important? In states such as Maryland, 15 and 9/12 is... Read more »
I had not intended to take the month of August off from writing these posts, but I am back now, with a little progress to report but some... Read more »
Swine flu is caused by type A influenza (also known as H1N1). Swine Flu symptoms are similar to the flu that normally infects humans.Symptoms... Read more »