Sugar in the number of cases has doubled in two decades
Washington: A new study of people around the world sugar fatal infection rate has almost doubled in the past two decades. The rich countries of the world in the last decades in this disease in people caused by obesity rate is increasing.
However, the rising trend in China, Mexico and India has seen. The study was published Monday in the British Medical Journal. Between 1990 and 2013, the number of diabetics has increased 45 percent. Most have seen an increase in type II disease, which is usually caused by obesity. However, in developing countries with a malaria infections and deaths from TB was very low, while the death toll from cancer and diabetes soared. This style of life, death and economic reform has been linked to longevity.