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Diabetes is a disorder in which your body doesn't properly produce or use insulin to convert glucose (sugars), carbohydrates and other foods into energy. Diabetes is marked by high levels of sugar in the blood because the body does not respond to insulin, a hormone that breaks down sugars into energy the body can use.
UI Diabetes Care is a leader in the treatment of people with diabetes and has developed innovative programs designed to help prevent and control diabetes. The University of Iowa offers diabetes care through the Iowa River Landing Diabetes Center, the UIHC Diabetes Clinic, and UIHC Endocrinology.
National Diabetes Education Program