Regular physical activity reduces risk for type 2 diabetes, independent of pollution
1 month ago - By Healio
Adults who routinely engage in a high level of physical activity may be able to reduce their risk for developing type 2 diabetes, even in areas with high air pollution, according to a study published in Diabetologia.
“Regular physical activity is a safe approach for people living in polluted areas to prevent diabetes,” Xiang Qian Lao, BMed, PhD, associate professor at The Jockey Club School of Public Health and Primary Care at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, told Healio. “Air pollution increases the risk of diabetes, but does not override the benefits of regular physical
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Regular Physical Activity Can Prevent Type 2 Diabetes
1 month ago - By Medindia Health
Study shows that regular physical activity is an effective strategy to prevent type 2 diabetes.
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