A Stroke of Luck: One Man’s Struggle with Diabetes and the Irish Medical System
No, there are significant differences in the hereditary tendency to acquire diabetes.
In general Caucasians (non-Hispanic whites) have a lower tendency to develop type 2 diabetes than other ethnic groups.
Lifestyle does not appear to be more important than the hereditary tendency in determining the chance of a person to develop type 1 diabetes.
However, in the case of type 2 diabetes it is the only factor.
The two most common and most important factors contributing to a high prevalence of type 2 diabetes in people at high hereditary risk are weight gain and lack of physical exercise.
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