Diabetes risk does not rise with menopause, researcher says

07/27/2011 | HealthDay News · United Press International

A study of 1,237 women ages 40 to 65 in the journal Menopause found that 11.8 premenopausal women developed diabetes for every year 100 women were observed, compared to 10.5 for those in natural menopause and 12.9 for those who had undergone ovary-removal procedures. The findings suggest that menopause does not increase the risk of diabetes, the lead researcher said.

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