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TORONTO - A woman's bra size at age 20 may predict her risk of developing Type 2 diabetes later in life, with larger cup size linked to higher rates of diabetes, a new study suggests.
Does that mean this research is perhaps ascribing increased risk to larger breasts when in fact it is the woman's weight that elevates her chances of developing diabetes?
Ray didn't think so, saying there may be something about carrying more breast fat that influences development of diabetes.
After adjusting for the other known risk factors, the risk for a woman wearing a B cup was 1.3 times higher than if she wore an A cup. The increased risk for women wearing C cups and D cups was 1.7 and 1.6 respectively as compared to a woman who wore an A cup bra.
Oh God! I'm sorry to always see the humour in things, but this is a riot!!!
Originally posted by antar
Nah the girls are in good shape even though I look better laying down now...
Ahem...back on a serious topic. Diabetis is no fun. I'm very glad it doesnt run in my family. We just have weak knees.