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What are the different types of diabetes?

The most common types of diabetes are type 1, type 2, and gestational diabetes. Type 1 diabetes If you have type 1 diabetes, your body does not make insulin. Your immune system attacks and destroys the cells in your pancreas that make insulin. Type 1 diabetes is usually diagnosed in children and young adults, although it can appear at any age. People with type 1 diabetes need to take insulin every day to stay alive. Type 2 diabetes If you have type 2 diabetes, your body does

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How will I know

Isn’t this the big question we ask ourselves all the time when marriage is either brought up or roaming around in your head?  Honestly no one can answer the question if he/she is “the one” for you. Being married twice myself I put my foot down and said never again.  In my head I believed people changed to dramatically from when you date to when you are now married.  It appeared once you put a ring on your finger it was a sign that someone owned you. Looking back I could see the error o

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Fisher Building

The Fisher Building rises 30 stories with a roof height of 428 feet, a top floor height of 339 feet, and the spire reaching 444 feet. The building has 21 elevators. Albert Kahn and Associates designed the building with Joseph Nathaniel French serving as chief architect. French took inspiration from Eliel Saarinen's Tribune Tower design of 1922, seen in the emphasis on verticality and the stepped-back upper stories. The building is unlike any other Albert Kahn production. It has been called "Detr

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Guardian Building

Built in 1928 and finished in 1929, the building was originally called the Union Trust Building and is considered one of the boldest examples of art-deco architecture.

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The Penobscot Building

Here are some beautiful buildings in Detroit, Michigan. The Penobscot Building There is an urban legend that the building’s 100-foot tower with its winking red orb was once used as a port for a dirigible. In truth, this “blazing ball of fire,” as one newspaper article described it at the time, was simply an aviation beacon. These days, the tower and its sometimes-blinking red light are simply for decoration. The orb, which is 12 feet in diameter, was first turned on when the building o

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The GM Renaissance Center

This impressive grouping of seven interconnected tall towers is a centerpiece of the Detroit riverfront. Designed by architect John Portman, who also imagined the Bonaventure Hotel in Los Angeles, the “Ren Cen” is featured in dozens of movies — This is Spinal Tap, Breathless, Hancock — and TV series.

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