Diabetes: In some countries, fewer people develop sugar

DDiabetes is considered the scourge of humanity. Metabolic disorder is one of the most common ailments worldwide, affecting more than 425 million people. And it is a disease that leaves experts in despair: Although both the triggers and the preventive measures are well known, the number of sick people is rising unchecked.

For example, every two years the International Diabetes Federation surveys how many people are diagnosed with diabetes, and the numbers have risen again every two years. A researcher from Melbourne now has good news: the diabetes epidemic seems to have slowed in some regions.


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