Vaccinations and Type 2 Diabetes

Vaccinations and Type 2 Diabetes

Vaccines that prevent type 2 diabetes have yet to be made available. There are numerous research and studies around the world devoted to the discovery of such vaccine. Below is a brief overview of the ongoing research on diabetes vaccine, along with a background on the current complications of type 2 diabetes, followed by a list of preventative vaccines for managing diabetes and its complications.
What are Vaccinations?

An Overview of Vaccinations

Learn more about what vaccines are, why they are important, and why you and your family should have up-to-date shots of certain vaccines.
What is the MMR Vaccine?

What is the MMR Vaccine?

MMR is an effective vaccine that protects people against three distinct illnesses. They include rubella, measles, and mumps in a single dosage. The complete course of MMR vaccination requires two injection doses.
The three highly contagious diseases can cause serious and fatal complications including meningitis, deafness, and inflammation of the brain. They can as well lead to potential complications during pregnancy, which could end up affecting the unborn child, potentially leading to miscarriage.