Family & Relationships Number of children diagnosed with type 2 diabetes rockets by 25% in just four years amid growing obesity crisis

14:10  14 may  2018
14:10  14 may  2018 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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The latest figures show that in 2016-17, the number of people under 20 with type 2 diabetes was 1,043 – the first time it has risen above 1,000. In March 2013, the figure stood at 836. Published By: Home | Mail Online - Today. Related news from Type 2 diabetes in children rockets by 25

The number of children and teenagers with type 2 diabetes – a condition more typically associated with middle age – has soared by 25 per cent in just four years . The condition is caused by eating too much and exercising too little.

  Number of children diagnosed with type 2 diabetes rockets by 25% in just four years amid growing obesity crisis © Provided by Shutterstock The number of children and teenagers with type 2 diabetes – a condition more typically associated with middle age – has soared by 25 per cent in just four years.

The condition is caused by eating too much and exercising too little. It is not usually diagnosed until later in life because it tends to take years for problems to accumulate to such an extent that blood sugar levels spiral dangerously out of control.

The latest figures show that in 2016-17, the number of people under 20 with type 2 diabetes was 1,043 – the first time it has risen above 1,000. In March 2013, the figure stood at 836.

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Number of children diagnosed with type 2 diabetes rockets by 25 % in just four years amid growing obesity crisis . All woman should take pregnancy test before having NHS surgery to avoid 'unnecessary harm' to patients.

Type 2 diabetes in youth is not just an American phenomenon—more In contrast, in the U.K. the minimum incidence of type 2 diabetes in children (,17 years of. In particular, 25 % of children and 21% adolescents with severe degree of obesity , irrespective of ethnicity, were found to have IGT (10).

If left uncontrolled, type 2 diabetes can lead to blindness, infections resulting in amputations, and an early death.

Tam Fry, of the National Obesity Forum, said the 25 per cent rise had occurred because Britain had ‘totally failed to stop obesity in its tracks in the early years’.

The number of children and teenagers with type 2 diabetes – a condition more typically associated with middle age – has soared by 25 per cent in just four years. (File photo) © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The number of children and teenagers with type 2 diabetes – a condition more typically associated with middle age – has soared by 25 per cent in just four years. (File photo) One in three children leaving primary school is now overweight or obese, according to the National Child Measurement Programme.

In the worst areas one in two is affected. Mr Fry said: ‘We have ignored these rises in childhood obesity. Now we are living with the consequences.’

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Type 2 diabetes used to be called 'mature onset' diabetes but more and more children are being diagnosed . A three year old has been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes “The incidence of type 2 diabetes has increased dramatically worldwide in children due to the epidemic of child obesity .

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As The Mail on Sunday reported last week, TV chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall has accused Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt of ‘running scared’ over the issue. 

He revealed he wanted to question Mr Hunt on his series Britain’s Fat Fight over whether the Government planned to curb junk food adverts aimed at youngsters but had been fobbed off.

A Health Department spokesman defended the Government’s record on diabetes, saying: ‘There is nowhere in the world setting more stringent sugar reduction targets than this Government has set.

‘We are also taxing sugary drinks, helping children to exercise more and funding research on junk food advertising. We are monitoring progress closely and have not ruled out taking further action.’

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