Obese teens have higher risk of diabetes in adulthood

12/9/2012 | DailyRx.com

Men and women who became obese as children or teens had a higher risk of developing diabetes compared with those who became obese in adulthood, a study in Diabetes Care found. The results underscore the importance of addressing obesity at a young age to reduce the risk of diabetes onset, researchers said.

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