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Indians In U.S. Study Found More Susceptible To Type 2 Diabetes

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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New research suggests Indians are more prone to have type 2 diabetes than other people because they have insulin-resistant cells. In a published U.S. study, researchers said Indians they examined had a greater incidence of the resistance than other participating nationalities even though the Indian subjects were not obese, the usual cause of the resistance. The study noted the difference occurred regardless of gender, age or body mass of the Indian participants. The study was published in the journal Diabetes. (Click here for more
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