American studies have found that artificial breast augmenters are susceptible to type 2 diabetes

Release date: 2010-04-14

According to a health survey conducted by a US research group on 92,000 nurses, young women aged 20 or older who use breast-feeding bras are 60% more likely to develop type 2 diabetes than non-users. Before and after the age of 20, women had a high obesity index, while women with large breasts had a lower obesity index and a smaller breast. The former had type 2 diabetes more than 4 times higher than the latter. People are aware that obesity and excessive body fat are risk factors for diabetes. The current study found that women who accumulate too much fat in women's breasts, especially those who have artificial breasts, are more likely to develop diabetes. Some people transplant their abdominal fat to the breasts without profit, but increase the risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Although there is no reasonable explanation for this situation, the facts have been discovered.
To this end, the researchers believe that the size of the breast should be natural, and it is not necessary to artificially modify it. In particular, artificial breast augmentation has many disadvantages and no benefit. Ladies should be careful to intervene. In addition, women with breasts that are too large or have a history of artificial breasts should be alert to the clues of type 2 diabetes, and should be strengthened in prevention, and blood glucose should be checked if necessary to facilitate early detection and treatment. ——Midi Medical News

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