Study: Second-hand smoke increases diabetes precursor risk

04/7/2006 | Yahoo!

Second-hand smoke could play an important role in increasing a person's risk of developing glucose intolerance, which can lead to diabetes, according to a new study. Smokers have the highest risk of developing glucose intolerance, but even nonsmokers who were regularly exposed to passive smoke also were at a high risk, according to the study.

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