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Men Hard Seeing Gender Potential Diabetes

Diposting oleh pak yons on Kamis, 13 Desember 2012

Potential complications of diabetes
ONE more research that links between obesity and risk of diabetes. Research conducted in the UK has revealed that as many as 33 percent of men aged 35 to 60 years with the obese have a tendency to suffer from diabetes. Especially for a man who could not see his genitals while standing up straight and look down.

Not only more likely to develop diabetes, obese men who are not able to see their sex organs, even mentioned five times more likely to develop type 2 diabetes and also have a risk three times more likely to develop colon cancer.

According to researchers, in addition to checking blood sugar and other health checks, checks are the easiest to tell if a man have diabetes or not, by checking whether they can see genitals while standing or not..

WeLoveOurHealth.co.uk who became one of the sites surveyed 1,000 men, now has launched a campaign called â € œBig Checkâ €?. A campaign indicates that men check their body weight, so that the disease can be treated earlier feared.

The site also has long said that a man with a large waist circumference, especially by not being able to see her intimate organs when stood upright indicate that he had a risk five times more likely to develop type 2 diabetes are three times more likely to develop colon cancer and three times more likely to develop high blood pressure can lead to stroke and heart disease.
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