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'Inventi Rapid: Endocrinology (Formerly Inventi Rapid: Diabetes)' is a peer reviewed journal of health sciences. The journal carries research and review papers related to abnormalities in carbohydrate metabolism, endocrine system and insulin synthesis. The aim of the journal is to extend knowledge about treatment, management and education of diabetes and associated diseases.
Over the past 20 years, the number of persons with diabetes has more than doubled globally. The rise of type 2 diabetes in children, adolescents and young adults is one of this fast increase’s most concerning trends. Although conventional risk factors for type 2 diabetes, such as genetic, lifestyle and behavioural risk factors, have received attention, more recent studies have concentrated on the issues that diabetes poses in many nations. Both Type I (insulin-dependent) and Type II (non-insulin-dependent) diabetes mellitus exhibit little to no sex bias. The only significant organ-specific autoimmune illness that does not exhibit a large gender bias is type I diabetes. While communities with the highest prevalence all exhibit male excess, the lowest risk populations analyzed, who are primarily of non-European ancestry, typically exhibit a female bias. Overall, the sex ratio is nearly equal among children diagnosed before the age of 15. The inaugural WHO Global Report on Diabetes was released on April 7, 2016, World Health Day, which was devoted to the disease. Although diabetes has been acknowledged as a dangerous condition and has been documented in ancient texts, it does not seem that doctors or healers have regularly faced it. This review consider the Challenges of diabetes in 21st Century, Example of Diabetes trends in different countries and the recent to older researches in the field of diabetes field in the tabular form....
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