Diabetes Mellitus, Causes, Complications and Management 

By Chukwuma Muanya Diabetes Mellitus is a metabolic disorder caused by the failure of insulin to pump glucose into the cells of the body. The failure can be at the level of the cells where the cells do not respond to insulin by opening the door through which glucose passes into the cells. Insulin failure…

Here Are the Answers to All Your Questions on Gestational Diabetes 

  Gestational diabetes is a type of diabetes that occurs in pregnancy usually after 20 weeks. Women with gestational diabetes don’t have diabetes or pre-diabetes before their pregnancy, and after giving birth it usually goes away. Gestational diabetes is usually diagnosed through a blood test at 24–28 weeks into pregnancy and should ideally form part…