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Women With Diabetes Likely To Develop Heart Attack:- Diabetes happens to be the major threat for mankind these days. From food restrictions to health complications—this ailment brings along a plethora of challenges into the life of a patient. Among women, it is more complicated than men. A global study says that 12 million people found that diabetes among women makes them likely to develop heart failure when compared to men. According to the International Diabetes Federation (IDF), currently, 415 million adults across the globe are suffering with diabetes.
Among them 199 million are women. 8.8% of every country's adult population is suffering with diabetes across the world. While type-1 diabetes is associated with a 47% excess risk of heart failure in women as compared to men. In type-2, there is 9% risk of heart failure in women said a story from the journal Diabetologia. Women were reported to have two years’ longer duration of prediabetes than men said the study. It is told that women are not taking the same medication like men do because of which the risk of heart attack is more among them.