Genes Partly Determine Risk of Type 2 Diabetes

But lifestyle adjustments may help you prevent or manage this condition


For decades, we were under the impression that type 2 diabetes (T2D) was the result of poor lifestyle choices: You ate too much of the wrong foods, gained weight and got T2D. But it’s not that straightforward. We have learned that T2D is not a condition caused solely by lifestyle.

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