Sex Differences in the Burden and Complications of Diabetes.

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glucose intolerance 20426 complications.Gestational DiabetesGestational diabetes is a heterogeneous condition characterised by glucose intolerance that is first detected during pregnancy [[]]. Although gestational diabetes primarily affects overweight
obesity 9716 also unusual. The authors reported that this was likely due to the high prevalence of overweight and obesity in their cohort, which is an intriguing suggestion, worthy of further research. Based on the totality
obesity 14591 anthropometric variables [[], []]. Thus, differences between women and men in the prevalence of overweight and obesity and, potentially more importantly, the sex dimorphism in body composition and fat distribution may be
obesity 14725 importantly, the sex dimorphism in body composition and fat distribution may be involved.Overweight and obesity are key risk factors for the development of diabetes and progression to its complications. As with diabetes,
obesity 14880 diabetes and progression to its complications. As with diabetes, halting the rise in the prevalence of obesity at its 2010 levels has been included among the UN’s global NCD targets for 2025 [[]]. Global trends
obesity 15082 trends in adult body mass index (BMI), however, suggest that the probability of meeting the global obesity target is virtually zero [[]]. Estimates from NCD-RisC demonstrate that the global age-standardised
obesity 15204 virtually zero [[]]. Estimates from NCD-RisC demonstrate that the global age-standardised prevalence of obesity , defined as a BMI ≥ 30 kg/m2, has increased from 3% in 1975 to 11% in 2014 in men and from 6 to
obesity 15530 men and 1.6% in women are morbidly obese. Hence, if these trends continue, the global prevalence of obesity is expected to increase to 18% in men and to exceed 21% in women in 2025. The prevalence of overweight
obesity 15645 expected to increase to 18% in men and to exceed 21% in women in 2025. The prevalence of overweight and obesity differs vastly between regions, in a similar way to diabetes.However, while the global prevalence of
obesity 15754 differs vastly between regions, in a similar way to diabetes.However, while the global prevalence of obesity is greater in women than in men (15 vs. 11%) [[]], as indicated above the prevalence of diabetes is

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