Obesity-related diabetes face higher risk of kidney failure.

Examining issues a serious warning for small children to obesity, and obesity-related diabetes is much higher risk of kidney failure and death of middle-aged adults who develop diabetes, the study suggests. The study offers some of the first strong evidence of the impact of this State and B type 2 diabetes in children, a researcher at the National Institute of Diabetes and digestive tract disease and kidney failure.

Also discussed with warnings that diabetes, obesity and other related diseases on the verge of reducing the average age in the United States. For at least 15 years, with follow-up 15 or 16% of the children with type 2 diabetes in the late stages of renal failure or diabetes liver died before the age of 55. That compared with 133, or 8% of diabetes after 20 years. Researchers calculated that the number of final stage kidney failure and death at the age of 55 years, almost five times from those developed type 2 diabetes who developed diabetes 20 years into adulthood. More than 20 million adult Americans suffer from type 2 diabetes.

And a generation ago, type II diabetes are almost unknown among children, and the significant growth in the last decade, largely because of obesity and lack of physical activity. Diabetes weaken the ability to regulate blood sugar levels. This can lead to damage to the kidneys and blood vessels in the body. Even people and hereditary and weight and physical activity can help delay the onset of type 2 diabetes.

A study conducted by the Department of Pharmacology limited benefits from the literature and found prescriptions for drugs from type 2 diabetes doubled in children from the United States between 5 and 19 from 2002 to 2005


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