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Researchers analyzed how improvements in metabolic syndrome may impact the risk of developing type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease in patients with prediabetes.
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Children with asthma had a 66% higher risk for incident obesity compared with children without asthma.
There was an association between high maternal intake of gluten and an elevated risk for type 1 diabetes for the child.
Heritability of BMI was significantly higher in children living in high-risk obesogenic environments compared with those living in low-risk environments.
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