Is exposure to chronic stressors a risk factor for Type\ud 2 diabetes?

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Kelly, Shona; Ismail, Mubarak;

<p>Background - Current policy around Type 2 diabetes (T2D) interventions to reduce rates largely invokes a bio-behavioural model. This approach is also reflected in the research literature where most research that attempts to predict the development of diabetes is rest... View more
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