DIABETES "threatens to bring down the NHS", Diabetes UK has warned, as an additional 1.2 million adults are now living with the condition compared to ten years ago.
AROUND £1 million is being spent every day treating diabetes-related conditions in Northern Ireland.
The number of people living with diabetes in Northern Ireland has soare
FOUR diabetes-related amputations were carried out every week in Belfast last year.
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Type 2 diabetes is more common than Type 1, with around 90% of all adults with diabetes in the UK having Type 2.
DIABETES is the fastest growing health crisis of our time, affecting more people than any other serious health condition in Britain and the north – more than dementia and cancer combined.
The research echoes recent findings that erectile dysfunction has a genetic cause and suggests that living a healthier lifestyle may help reduce risk.
Study finds test was also better at predicting type 1 diabetes in adults.
Working more than 45 hours a week holds a higher risk, researchers found.