About María Laura Márquez
María Laura Márquez, general doctor graduated from The University of Oriente in 2018, Venezuela.
My interests in the world of medicine and science, are focused on surgery and its breakthroughs. Nowadays I practice my profession as a resident doctor at Hospital de Clinicas Caroní in Venezuela treating patients with diverse afflictions.
I have been writing creative content for blogs, websites and guides since 2014, while studying medicine. Today I have merged my two passions, Medicine and Writing.
My participation in writing projects has been defined by subjects of digital marketing, technology and (mostly) psychology.
María Laura Márquez has written 12 posts on Diabetes Blog
Find out more about Pre-Diabetes, the greatest predictor of developing diabetes mellitus, a deadly disease that claims the lives of millions per year.
A lancet is a small sharp needle that goes into a lancet device. It is used to poke the tip of the finger to get blood samples and monitor glucose in blood.
A relatively new concept emerges, a graphene patch with sensors, similar to nicotine patches, that people can wear to measure glucose levels in perspiration
Learn more about Glucagon and Insulin. Both hormones are produced and excreted by the pancreas. They work along to maintain healthy levels of blood glucose.
Exercise not only provides general benefits to the whole body but also benefits specific diseases, such as diabetes. Learn more about it here.
Most drugs address a variety of diabetes symptoms, but how many are effective?. Discover the latest pharmaceutical developments for diabetics treatment.
Diabetes Type 1 & Type 2 can lead to the microvasculature of the eye becoming damaged and causing intra-retinal leakage that causes permanent blindness and other complications.
Diabetic Nephropathy is a renal pathology that arises due to a preexisting diabetic condition. Learn more about the disease here.
Diabetic Dermopathy is a benign skin condition of diabetic patients. It correlates to diabetic neuropathy and diabetes-induced damage to the vascular system