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Type 2 diabetes in children: The problem is big, and it is getting bigger

Back in the day, type 2 diabetes was called adult-onset diabetes, because no one was diagnosed with it until they were well into middle age or older. In 1997, however, the condition was renamed type 2 diabetes, because younger people were being diagnosed. From 2001 to 2009, there was a 30.5 percent increase in type 2 diabetes in youth. There are now an estimated 5,000 new cases per year in the United States. Type 1 diabetes (formerly called juvenile-onset) has always occurred in children, and it is not yet known how to prevent it. This article focuses on the rapidly ...
 
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19 Apr
Béla Kiss @BlaKiss4
#Type2Diabetes in children: The problem is big, and it is getting bigger https://t.co/JryYGmDOZd | via @VoiceOfPeeDee
 
18 Apr
Today's Dietitian @TodaysDietitian
The number of incidents of Type 2 diabetes in children is moving in the wrong direction. In her column in SCNow... https://t.co/KB3D2kfOsa
 
17 Apr
Diabetic Tips ™ @Diabetics_Tips
RT @DiabetesShare: Type 2 diabetes in children: The problem is big, and it is getting bigger - SCNow https://t.co/iTbnNQU338
 
17 Apr
Diabetes view @Diabetesview
Type 2 diabetes in children: The problem is big, and it is getting bigger - SCNow https://t.co/frXrZFLWEc
 
17 Apr
Diabetes Share @DiabetesShare
Type 2 diabetes in children: The problem is big, and it is getting bigger - SCNow https://t.co/iTbnNQU338