BMI during teens, early 20s affects diabetes risk in adulthood

10/29/2013 | MedPage Today (free registration)

Research published in the journal Obesity revealed adults who gained more weight during their teenage years and early 20s had a higher risk of diabetes than those who maintained a stable weight. Researchers also noted a greater risk of adult-onset diabetes in teens who already had a high BMI.

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