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Impact of Poverty and Stress on Diabetes among Native Americans

WEB-EXCLUSIVE VIDEO, Unnatural Causes
As Dr. Donald Warne explains, there is a direct biochemical connection between living in poverty and blood sugar levels. The stress of being poor and of having family members die young creates a complicated web of cultural values and beliefs that make controlling diabetes more difficult. Add to that the lack of availability of healthy food and it's no wonder diabetes rates are high.

From the UNNATURAL CAUSES series: Episode 4 - Bad Sugar