Type 2 diabetes may negatively affect ability-to-work outcomes and cause more absenteeism and earlier retirement among employees, a meta-analysis indicated. "There is a need for setting up diabetes prevention programs and to develop and implement effective targeted intervention to help workers better manage their disease. Otherwise this diabetes-related burden could worsen as the prevalence of type 2 diabetes in the working-age population continues to rise," researchers wrote in Diabetes Care.
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