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A condition that interferes with the balance of acids and bases in the body, causing the blood to become too acidic, is called ___________. A. type 1 diabetes B. type 2 diabetes C.
hyperglycemia D. ketosis
A condition that interferes with the balance of acid and bases in the body, causing the blood to become too acidic, is called Ketosis.
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User: A condition that interferes with the balance of acids and bases in the body, causing the blood to become too acidic, is called ___________. A. type 1 diabetes B. type 2 diabetes C. hyperglycemia D. ketosis

Weegy: C. hyperglycemia
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A condition that interferes with the balance of acid and bases in the body, causing the blood to become too acidic, is called Ketosis.
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