Low income contribute to the development of diabetes

A new study by Swiss scientists have shown that children raised in poor families are more likely to develop diabetes than children living in abundance.

On the possibility of diabetes is influenced by several significant factors: high levels of inflammatory processes in the body and genetic predisposition.

However, a new study by researchers from Switzerland have shown that social status has a significant impact on the amount of inflammation in the body. The researchers conducted a series of experiments involving a large number of volunteers (about ten thousand people). The subjects were annually donated blood for analysis within six years. In order to clarify the reasons for the development of the disease, each volunteer provided data about their financial situation, level of life and profession.

The result of six years of research was the fact that participants from poor families tended to the development of diabetes is two times more than wealthy subjects.

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