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Could it be? Connection between pollution and Type 2?

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Only now are we learning that insulin resistance just might have other causes besides diet or genetic predisposition. And this new hypothesis or observation just adds one more piece to the puzzle of autoimmune disorders.

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I was thinking the same thing. That the pollution drives people to stay put and hence lose out on any benefits they might obtain from energy consumption.

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correlation versus causation ... the missing piece in so many news stories/research.

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Or it could just be that people who live in areas with polluted air tend to live in areas with less places to be physically active and TF are at risk of a host of metabolic diseases, among them, T2D.

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on May 13, 2013
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correlation versus causation ... the missing piece in so many news stories/research.

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on May 13, 2013
at 05:24 AM

I was thinking the same thing. That the pollution drives people to stay put and hence lose out on any benefits they might obtain from energy consumption.

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