Recent Research Papers On Diabetes
Click on any of the term papers to read a brief synopsis of the research paper. The essay synopsis includes the number of pages and sources cited in the paper.
Depression And Diabetes: Article Reviews
10 pages in length. The relationship between diabetes and depression is an unmistakable - and perhaps unavoidable - occurrence of comorbidity. Each of these articles illustrates the importance of patient self-care and appropriate life choices as a means by which to offset the prevalence toward the comorbidity of depression and diabetes. While one study seeks to determine the most provoking factors that draw out the tendency toward both major and minor depression, another finds no more correlation between depression and diabetes than there is with those who do not have diabetes. Similarly, a third study sought to determine if those with either major depression or diabetes were more or less functionally disabled than those with diabetes and comorbid major depression. Another study examines how different locale and ethic composition impacts comorbidity, while the final article provides a broad overview of how depression and diabetes are often misdiagnosed and inappropriately treated. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Type 1 Diabetes
A 15 page exploration of the condition also known as insulin-dependent diabetes, childhood-onset diabetes and juvenile-onset diabetes. This paper considers the causes, symptoms and treatment of this disease. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
Living with Diabetes
In a paper of three pages, the author creates a colorful pamphlet that addresses the problems facing individuals living with diabetes. The author identifies the challenges of addressing stress and its impacts on diabetes management. In addition, the author also relates some excellent resources for families living with diabetes management. Bibliography lists six sources.
Overview of Diabetes Mellitus and Its Implications
In six pages diabetes mellitus is discussed in an overview of Type I and Type II and the implications these forms have in the long term including blindness, atherosclerosis, and kidney disease, among other diabetes caused maladies. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography.