Diabetes Risk 80% Lower For Those With Multiple Good Lifestyle Factors, Compared To Those With Worst
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Individuals with good lifestyle factors, such as not over-consuming alcohol, eating a healthy diet, doing exercise, not smoking and being of normal weight, are 80% less likely to develop Diabetes Type 2 over an 11-year period, compared to those with bad lifestyle factors, researchers from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, Bethesda, and National Cancer Institute, Rockville, Maryland, and AARP, Washington, DC. Reported in Annals of Internal Medicine...
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