When was diabetes 2 first discovered?
The diabetes was first discovered in the year 1552 BC. by an Egyptian physician named Hesy-Ra. And in the year of about 600 BC. an Indian physican, "Susruta" of the Hindus was the first ever person to actually diagnose the disease that was later on given the name diabetes. Hope I answered your question and hope I helped.
The first type of diabetes, Type 1 diabetes (formerly called juvenile diabetes), is usually first recognized in children or adolescents and is generally not preventable. In this type of diabetes, the pancreas stops producing insulin or produces very little. This is the most serious type and requires daily insulin treatment for life to be sustained. About 10% of people with diabetes have this type.
Diabetes and cancer are the two (2) diseases from which Italian composer Giacomo Puccini (December 22, 1858 - November 29, 1924) suffered. Specifically, the diabetes was discovered in the course of treatment for the composer's injuries from a car accident of February 25, 1903. The composer always had enjoyed smoking cigarettes and cigars. Cancer was discovered in the course of treatment for chronic sore throat throughout the next-to-the-last year of the composer's life.
The difference between type 1 diabetes and type 2 is that Type 1 diabetes is congenital and is characterized by lack of insulin in the body. The client will need insulin injections to manage the hyperglycemia. While type 2 diabetes can be controlled by Oral medications for Diabetes and is more hereditary of passed from one generation to another.