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2022-09-25 9:30:56 AM  
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no1curr: The Exit Stencilist: Is COVID-19 the cause or is years spent indoors with little to no exercise and an "all-American diet" to blame?

It's talking about an increase in the risk for type 1 diabetes not type 2, but thanks for playing.


Oh that explains it. It's only logical for a change in protean spikes on a virus that's been around practically forever to cause diabetes
 
2022-09-25 9:12:08 AM  
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Is COVID-19 the cause or is years spent indoors with little to no exercise and an "all-American diet" to blame?
 
2022-09-25 10:32:07 AM  
2 votes:
The Thing/Diabetes Mashup
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2022-09-25 9:23:51 AM  
1 vote:

The Exit Stencilist: Is COVID-19 the cause or is years spent indoors with little to no exercise and an "all-American diet" to blame?


It's talking about an increase in the risk for type 1 diabetes not type 2, but thanks for playing.
 
2022-09-25 9:58:32 AM  
1 vote:
Yeah, but what about Liberty?!

Liberty Medical Supply that is.  They can help you live a better life.
 
2022-09-25 10:24:10 AM  
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The Exit Stencilist: no1curr: The Exit Stencilist: Is COVID-19 the cause or is years spent indoors with little to no exercise and an "all-American diet" to blame?

It's talking about an increase in the risk for type 1 diabetes not type 2, but thanks for playing.

Oh that explains it. It's only logical for a change in protean spikes on a virus that's been around practically forever to cause diabetes


Talk to an organic chemist about how an extra hydroxyl group can change things in a protein. It's like locksmithing. Your house key is extremely similar to many other keys, but yours lets you into your own home. You can potentially get into other homes as well with it, but most others you can't. A tiny change on your key means you can get into another person's house. Or a tiny change on their key means they can get into your house.

The diabetes? Nothing to do with the spike, except the spike is the key for the lock. It's what the spike lets in that causes the damage.
 
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