1. New diabetes diagnosis every three minutes, new figures suggest  The Independent
  2. One new case of Type 2 diabetes every THREE MINUTES as obesity boom drives 'frightening' increase  Daily Mail
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One person is being diagnosed with type 2 diabetes in England and Wales every three minutes, according to new figures. Data from 2017 revealed 202,665 people were diagnosed with the disease across the two countries in that year, equivalent to 23 people every hour. Diabetes UK, which conducted the analysis, said the figures revealed the UK’s obesity crisis was fuelling a rapidOne person is being diagnosed with type 2 diabetes in England and Wales every three minutes, according to new figures. Data from 2017 revealed 202,665 people were diagnosed with the disease across

New diabetes diagnosis every three minutes, new figures suggest | The Independent

Diabetes is the UK's fastest growing health crisis with the number of cases doubling over 20 years to 3.7million. As many as 90 per cent are Type 2, linked to a sedentary lifestyle.Diabetes is the UK's fastest growing health crisis with the number of cases doubling over 20 years to 3.7million. As many as 90 per cent are Type 2, linked to a sedentary lifestyle.

One new case of Type 2 diabetes every THREE MINUTES as obesity boom drives 'frightening' increase | Daily Mail Online