USA: Occurrence of diabetes linked to consumption of western diet in Native American Indians
Pima Indians who have adopted an "Anglo" diet are three times more likely to develop diabetes over six years than their counterparts who eat a more traditional diet, according to the results of a striking new study reported in the May issue of Diabetes Care (24: pp. 811-816). The community now has the highest rate of type 2 diabetes in the world and researchers Dr. Desmond E. Williams and colleagues from the
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