Juvenile Onset Diabetes:
where little or no insulin is made, usually occurring under
the age of 30 and requiring insulin injections for life. Also
known as insulin dependent and juvenile onset diabetes.
Ketones: chemical substances
from the breakdown of fat which can be dangerous in large
Ketonuria: warns of ketoacidosis.
blood glucose and ketone levels that cause dehydration,
concentration of body fluids, build up of acids (acidosis)
and coma (see diabetic ketoacidosis).
foam board used in swimming to develop leg power and speed.
Held under the chest so that the arms are not involved in
the swimming stroke .
measurement of distance. One kilometer (k) = 0.62 miles,
10k = 6.2 miles, and 5k = 3.1 miles
study of the principles of mechanics and anatomy in relation
to human movement.