Actually, this final is a repeat of the first but reported in a different manner. It’s quite interesting how media outlets are gravitating to different theories despite the lack of clear evidence. Headlines suggest “Better hygiene conditions responsible for soaring rates of Type ” and “Too healthy children can get diabetes”.
Yet there are a myriad of correlations which exist between the rise of Type 1 Diabetes, environmental conditions and the lifestyle. Before we assume any one of them is the dominant factor further investigation seems pertinent. For example, prior to blaming the rise of the disease on a decrease in breastfeeding couldn’t researchers actually perform the investigation?
I’ve yet to find the original research report supporting the findings but the announcement by Diabetes UK is here.
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