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Lifestyle changes such as becoming more active (or staying active, if you already engage in regular physical activity) and making sure your weight stays in a healthy range are two ways to help ward off type 2 diabetesCorrectIncorrect
which one of the following is a side effect of anti-diabetes medication.CorrectIncorrect
Pioglitazone helps insulin work better in muscle and fat. It lowers the amount of sugar the liver releases and makes fat cells more sensitive to insulin’s effects.CorrectIncorrect
Acarbose works by slowing the action of certain enzymes that break food down into sugars. This slows down digestion of carbohydrates to keep your blood sugar from rising very high after you eat.CorrectIncorrect
Insulin degludec (Tresiba) is a ultra-long acting insulin that is administered by injection to treat high blood sugar in patients 1 year of age and older and its effects can last up to 42 hours.CorrectIncorrect