Pollution may increase kids’ risk for diabetes

http://www.foxnews.com/health/2013/05/10/pollution-may-increase-kids-risk-for-diabetes/

According to fox news, a polluted environment may cause kids’ risk for diabetes to increase. Living in these air polluted areas causes children to have diabetes at a younger age. As they grow older they can more than likely get diabetes because of the environment they were living in when they were younger. What can we do to prevent this from happening? If children at the age of 10 are at risk of getting diabetes from pollution, what worse can happen? In a few years will children younger than 10 be at risk? We need to do something about this.

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