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Blog Update - Are Abuse Survivors at a Higher Risk of Developing Diabetes?

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Are Abuse Survivors at a Higher Risk of Developing Diabetes?
By Kylee Johnson

Adults who were abused in their childhood are twice as likely to develop Type 2 diabetes — a condition in which the body is unable to produce enough insulin or becomes insensitive to insulin, as found in a study by the University of Birmingham. The researchers analysed almost 250,000 patients, finding that almost 81,000 of these were abused as children. The results showed that...…………..

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Thanks for sharing Jamie. I'm just learning myself that we are more likely to suffer with autoimmune disorders too!
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