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Diabetes could affect wages, jobs for young people Diabetes might also give rise to people to get into a "job lock" situation in which workers deferment at lower paying jobs because they fear losing their health insurance. "Diabetes has a patent effect on schooling and earnings early in life," said inveigle author

Insomnia increases risk for type 2 diabetes

Taiwanese adults diagnosed with insomnia have a 16% greater risk for developing type 2 diabetes over 9 years compared with those reporting adequate sleep, and the risk increases with insomnia duration, study data show.

“Studies have indicated that sleep plays [an] important role in the regulation of neuroendocrine function and metabolism in adults,” Chia-Ling Lin, MS, RN, a doctoral student and instructor at the School of Nursing at National Taiwan University College of Medicine in Taipei, Taiwan, and colleagues wrote. “Although insomnia has been associated with type 2 diabetes mellitus, whether this association holds true both for chronic and intermittent insomnia remains unknown, and the possibility of a time-dependent cumulative effect between the risk of type 2 diabetes and insomnia remains scarce.”

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Health insurance for diabetics in Ohio?

I guess Ohio is one of 4 states which is not required for it's insurance companies to cover diabetes. I am a type 1 diabetic, and as of now I no longer have insurance.

Does anyone know of any insurance companies who do cover diabetics


if you go to my 360 page there is a blog there that offers some advice as to what to do about having no insurance...it helped me A LOT!!! Best of luck I know what you are going thru...Im sorry I hope that ph # can help you♥


I would suggest getting something like a discount program instead of insurance or to use on top of insurance. I use one that is awesome it covers my whole household and is very affordable, about $39.95 a month for all of this
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why are diabetics turned down for health insurance?

i had a fasting glucose test and my BS result was slightly elevated. since this is pre-diabetes will this be in my medical record and could this cause me to lose my insurance?
and are they turned down because they have so many health problems with


Another factor (besides just testing strips/meter etc) is all the expenses that come with the many diabetics who don't manage their blood sugar and end up blind or needing amputations. It's very expensive later in life if not well-managed earlier.


Let me answer your second question first. Diabetics are turned down for health insurance because of the expenses involved (meters, strips, medication, and future complications). So you are correct it is the expenses.
You cannot lose your insurance


If you already have insurance then you shouldn't need to worry but not all insurance companies turn you down im a diabetic and i just got health insurance but i just have to wait a year until i can get what i'm wanting.
P.S your doctor has to put


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