Does small stature increase the risk of diabetes?

Does small stature increase the risk of diabetes?

Berlin: An interesting medical study in Germany has shown that the risk of type 2 diabetes is higher in older people than in older people.The study used data from a longitudinal study conducted in Germany on 27,500 people, with participants ranging in age from 35 to 65 years.After taking into account various health factors, it is found that with every 10 cm (about 4 inches) height in men

their chances of developing type 2 diabetes are reduced by 33% while in women 41%. Percentage views
So does this report mean that older people will necessarily suffer from diabetes?In response to this question, experts say that this research was done only to clarify the relationship between diabetes and height, which does not always prove that younger people have diabetes. So there is no need to scare the little ones.Details and results of this research have been published in the latest issue of the "European Association for the Study of Diseases" research magazine, "Diabetes."