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HealthyAnswers.com Reports That Common Stomach Bacteria Can Raise Type 2 Diabetes Risk

April 7, 2012

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Delray Beach, FL (PRWEB) April 06, 2012

HealthyAnswers.com reports on recent research out of New York University´s Langone Medical Center that shows a correlation of the H. pylori bacteria (stomach bug) to an increased risk of the development of type 2 diabetes. This study also indicated that overweight people are at twice the risk.

As reported in HealthyAnswers.com, (http://www.healthyanswers.com/general_articles/2012/03/stomach-bacteria-raises-type-2-diabetes-risk) this particular common type bacteria can infect the stomach and esophageal tissues. It´s easily transmitted through saliva via kissing, unfinished foods or even from a pet.

H. Pylori may lay dormant and never cause any trouble. Or, it may become active and cause inflammation of the stomach lining, which can lead to chronic gastritis, ulcers or even cancer.

HealthyAnswers.com has revealed the symptoms for this infection and how a healthcare provider can test and treat this bacterium. Undetected and untreated, it can easily run rampant throughout an entire family or those whom have come in contact with the carrier.

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