Childhood diabetes boosts risk for kidney problems
Washington Post, December 31, 2007
Children and teens diagnosed with type 2 diabetes are five times more likely to develop kidney disease later in life than those who develop diabetes as adults, a recent study found. The findings underscore the importance of preventing the onset of type 2 diabetes, doctors say.
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