August 30, 2017 By Elizabeth McCammon
Genes tell the body where to store fat

Did you know that the more weight you carry around your middle, the greater your risk for developing type 2 diabetes? But why then do some people always seem to gain weight in one particular area, such as their middle, while others have their weight more evenly distributed throughout their body?

Researchers at the University of Cambridge in England may have found the answer in our genes. Read more from this research news story now. Click here for other Diabetes Dialogue articles. Subscribe now for just $24, and have each issue delivered directly to your inbox!

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