Smoking is tied to a higher diabetes risk, study says

03/10/2011 | Reuters

A 24-year study in Diabetes Care found women who were heavy smokers had an increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes, while ex-smokers and women exposed to secondhand smoke had an even higher risk. The lead researcher said inflammation might be behind the connection, but cautioned that the findings don't prove causation.

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