Growing numbers of children and young people are developing type 2 diabetes, a disease usually seen in those aged over 40, in the latest sign of worsening childhood obesity.
The number of people aged up to 25 with the condition in England and Wales increased from 507 in 2013-14 to 715 in 2016-17 – a 41% rise.
The sharp rise has prompted concern among doctors and led to renewed calls for tougher government action to tackle the .
OK, anything is valid, worthwhile, as it’s for the kiddies!
The figures show that people from some ethnic minorities are much more likely than others to develop type 2 diabetes. Almost half of the 715 young people were black or Asian.
Banning immigration, repatriation, would seem to reduce the incidence of Type 2 diabetes in children in England.
Hmm, what’s that? You mean you didn’t actually mean do anything at all to reduce this? Ahhh, so, now we do get to the point that only some things are worthwhile, so which are they?