Diabetes is a disease in which blood sugar level is above or below normal.
Most of the food contains sugar for our body energy. The pancreas is an organ which produces insulin, which helps sugar get into the cells of the body. Having diabetes is either your body doesn’t produce or doesn’t make enough. This causes your body to have too much sugar that doesn’t go into the cells. A prevention of diabetes is eating healthy, physical activities, and insulin injections. Insulin injections are taken for balancing blood sugar levels. Researchers are experimenting trying to identifying the exact genetics and triggers of diabetes.
Sickle Cell Disease (SCD) is inherited red blood cell disorders. SCD is a genetic condition which is presented at birth and when child receives two sickle cell genes, one from each parent. Healthy red blood cells are round, which moves through small blood vessels to carry out oxygen. Red blood cells