Diabetes is a disease that affects the way the body uses glucose, also called sugar, to fuel the body’s cells. People with diabetes have too much glucose in their blood, and a poor mechanism for converting it to energy. Without proper management, diabetes can cause severe problems throughout the body.

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This chronic condition was once known as “juvenile diabetes.” With it, the pancreas produces little or no insulin. Insulin is a hormone the body needs to convert blood glucose (also called blood sugar) into energy. Type 1 diabetes can develop at any age, but it is most commonly diagnosed in children and adolescents. It can result in life-threatening complications.

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This is a name for several forms of swelling of the skin. We also call it “dermatitis.” In many people it affects the cheeks, the insides of the elbows, or the skin behind the knees. You may have dermatitis on your hands or feet, or on your buttocks. It isn’t a contagious condition.

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A migraine is an intense, throbbing headache that may be accompanied by nausea or dizziness. A migraine can last from hours to days.

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This condition is an accumulation of excess fat that results in a body weight considered unhealthy for a person’s height. Excess weight can increase the likelihood of diseases and health problems.

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This condition is an inflammation and swelling of your sinuses. These are hollow, air-filled cavities in your skull. They open into your nasal passages. Sinusitis can be a painful condition. For some people, it can become a chronic problem.

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These are substances given to you to help protect your body from disease. Vaccines can be made from dead or weakened germs, or from portions of germs. A vaccine introduces your body to a disease in a safe way. It stimulates your body’s immune system to protect you against the disease without causing you to become sick.

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An area of medicine focused on the physical, behavioral, and mental health of children, from minor health problems to serious diseases.

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Pediatric medicine is a medical specialty devoted to the comprehensive health and wellness for infants, children, adolescents, and young adults, integrating all areas of medicine to treat the whole person. Our pediatricians here at Granger Medical Clinic provide preventative care such as well-child checkups and immunizations as well as diagnose…


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