Type 1 diabetes in children, previously called juvenile diabetes, occurs when the pancreas is unable to produce enough of the hormone insulin. Children with the condition will require lifelong insulin injections and blood sugar monitoring, and a change in diet may be needed. Type 1 diabetes requires lifelong treatment to keep blood sugar levels within a target range. Currently, there is no way to prevent type 1 diabetes, but ongoing studies are exploring ways to prevent diabetes in those who are most likely to develop it.
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Preventing Chronic Disease, Diabetes Care, Treatments in Endocrinology, Diabetes Management, Insulin