1) Not too many, but there are a few grammar/spelling errors, like the separation needed for the words "upto". 2) Your first image, which will be the face of your Hub, seems a bit blurry, and may be more so when stretched (last I heard, half-width capsules are soon disappearing). Captioning images can help with traffic too. 3) Some may find it odd to have a flower as the face of a Hub about diabetes. I understand diabetes is a hard thing to visually express in an appealing picture, but it may still create an incongruence with some readers. 4) Remove the extra white space in-between several capsules. 5) You write some words in all caps near the end; I've never been a fan of this format, which mimics frantic screaming. I'd suggest bolding instead for emphasis.
Photos need to be full-width, of good quality (not pixelated) and legal-to-use. It's also a good idea to add the source, as PeachPurple suggests. The rose photo is not relevant to the topic and may confuse some people.
Perhaps consider adding a section on how others can identify when someone is experiencing their sugar levels being low or high. My wife has had diabetes for the last 25 years and I can recall how difficult I used to find it to know what to do when she was having a hypo. When having a hypo she was incapable of responding to its effects herself and was totally reliant on others spotting it and reacting on her behalf.
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