Diabetes in children is also called as Juvenile diabetes or child diabetes which is found in children and teens. A child affected with Juvenile diabetes will have a pancreas that cannot make insulin. Insulin is an important and vital hormone required to help glucose or sugar to break further to be able to get absorbed in the bloodstream. When the sugar is not able to get absorbed it stays in the blood and increases the sugar levels that are not good and healthy for children. Juvenile diabetes is also referred to as Type 1 diabetes. However, these days' children and teens are also affected with type 2 diabetes due to obesity and heredity. In Type 2 diabetes the insulin is not utilized properly by the blood to absorb sugar which results in high levels of sugar in blood that is harmful for health. Children get energy from glucose which is carried to the cells by the bloodstream. The symptoms of diabetes in children include frequent urination, high sugar levels, weight loss, excessive hunger and thirst, dry mouth, fatigue, blurred vision, itchy skin, numbness or tingling in hands and feet, etc. The pediatrician or the diabetologist will design treatment for each child individually and help them live normal lives with normal physical, mental, emotional and social growth and development. Children with diabetes need to be monitored closely and carefully in terms of diet, physical activity, weight, stress, etc.