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Admin Reporter- Ajay

Mar 13 2019


Increased Exposure To Polluted Environment Increases Risk Of Diabetes Says Reports

Delhi,13,March,2019

 

Prolonged breathing polluted air diabetes ( diabetes increases the risk of). A recent study in China has revealed this. Diabetes has a lot of economic and health burden in the world. China has the highest incidence of diabetes in the world.

 

 

 

 

 

China's official news agency Xinhua said citing the study, that in the developing countries, rare information about the connection between air pollution and diabetes has been reported, especially in China where PM 2.5 level is high. PM 2.5 or micro particles are air pollutants, which have adverse effects on people's health. PM 2.5 particles are so subtle that visibility decreases.

 

 

 

 

 

Researchers from the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences Fuvai Hospital analyzed the relationship between diabetes on the basis of data collected from over 2.5 million Chinese adults, in collaboration with the American-based University of Ameroy, and staying in touch with PM 2.5 for a long time. The results of the research showed that increasing the risk of diabetes increased by 15.7 percent due to prolonged expansion of PM 2.5 to 10 micrograms per cubic meter. This research has been published in journal Environment International.

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