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Tabagisme (actif ou passif) et diabète

Étude américaine incluant 5.395 femmes atteintes de diabète de type 2 (DT2) :


comparativement aux non fumeuses (actives ou passives),

le risque de DT2 est augmenté de 10 % et de 16 % chez les non fumeuses exposées occasionnellement ou régulièrement au tabagisme passif.


Cette augmentation de risque est de 39 % chez les femmes fumant activement 1-14 cigarettes/jour

et de 98 % chez celles qui fument >= 25 cig/j.

Zhang & Coll., Diabetes Care, 25 février 2011 ; prépublication en ligne.

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Active and passive smoking and diabetes

American study including 5,395 women with type 2 diabetes: Compared with non-smokers with no exposure to passive smoke, there was an increased 10 % and 16% risk of diabetes among non-smokers who were occasionally or regularly exposed to passive smoke. The risk of incident type 2 diabetes was increased by 28% (12–50) among all past smokers. Current smokers had the highest risk of incident type 2 diabetes in a dose-dependent manner. Increased risk was about 39 % among women smoking 1–14 cigarettes per day and up to 98 % among those smoking 25 cigarettes per day.


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