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Sunday, July 19, 2015

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Friendly work environment reduces the risk of diabetes

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Colleague good, friendly, amiable work environment to help you reduce the risk of diabetes.

Researchers at the University of Tel Aviv (Israel) said that the people who work in an environment with colleagues sociable, friendly, always willing to assist others will reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes nearly 1/4.

In his study, Dr. Sharon Toker and her colleagues have studied the medical records of 5843 people to regular health care at Medical Center of the University of Tel Aviv. In the first appointments, all these people are healthy and show no signs of diabetes. But after 41 months of follow-up, the team of Ms. Toker found there were 182 cases of type 2 diabetes.

People who work in an environment with colleagues sociable, friendly, always willing to assist others will reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes to nearly 1/4 (Artwork)
When comparing the condition of this group with their working conditions, Dr. Toker found, who always had the support of colleagues and sociable working environment has given them a positive influence greatly to prevent the risk of diabetes attack. Also, those who work overtime during the day and those who feel not enough work to have the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes is very high.

However, Dr. Toker also noted that, to reduce the overload of work is no good solution for people to consciously face the challenges and overcome it, the new-found confidence fun at work. According to her, the best way for the managers, those employers ensure their employees are best protected, away from the risk of diabetes is to give them a friendly working environment, there support from colleagues and find joy in their work.

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