Greater Risks for Women with Type 1 Diabetes

February 10, 2015 1:13 PM

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A recent research suggests that women with type 1 diabetes face higher risks as compared to men, particularly when it comes to heart disease. According to a report by BBC, Australian scientists say that the findings could have a major impact on how women with type 1 diabetes get their treatment. Type 1 diabetes appears in childhood and people with the condition have a shorter life. However, the researchers believe that the disorder affects men and women differently. When scientists conducted research, it was found that women carry a 40% increased risk of deaths and a higher risk of getting a stroke as compared to men.

A recent research suggests that women with type 1 diabetes face higher risks as compared to men, particularly when it comes to heart disease. According to a report by BBC, Australian scientists say that the findings could have a major impact on how women with type 1 diabetes get their treatment. Typ...

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