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Pakistan National Diabetes Survey prevalence of glucose intolerance and associated factors in North West at Frontier Province (NWFP) of Pakistan.
This study quantified the problem of glucose intolerance following GDM in a Saudi population and provides valuable information for policymakers and researchers about the risk factors for the progression to T2DM in Saudi women.
After one week, the three NAS mouse groups exhibited glucose intolerance while the control groups that consumed plain water, water with glucose, or water with sucrose displayed similar glucose tolerance curves (P<0.001).
The researchers posited that greater rates of glucose intolerance in warmer countries may support the "notion that the ambient temperature affects the occurrence of glucose intolerance worldwide."
The researchers have shown that lifestyle interventions can help prevent diabetes in those with glucose intolerance.These interventions work well in women who have gone through menopause.
Previous studies have demonstrated that metabolic programmed mice, fed a low-protein diet during childhood followed by a control diet in adulthood, developed glucose intolerance, associated with augmented vagal activity [2].
To study the prevalence of glucose intolerance and diabetes mellitus in multi-transfused children with Thalassemia Major.
Keywords: Gestational diabetes mellitus, Insulin resistance, Glucose intolerance, Birth weight, Public Health.
The onset of DM2 occurs over a variable time period and progresses from an intermediate stage known as "impaired glucose tolerance" or "glucose intolerance" (1,6) and may evolve to clinical presentation of DM.
Diabetes risk factors include obesity, glucose intolerance, lack of exercise and unhealthy diet.
Researchers have found that prolonged exposure to a toxin produced by Staphylococcus aureus bacteria causes rabbits to develop the hallmark symptoms of type 2 diabetes, including insulin resistance, glucose intolerance, and systemic inflammation.