No, I'm not actually trying to say that. The following story, though, highlights the differences between correlation and causation.
http://scienceblogs.com/deanscorner/201 ... d_belt.php
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Monogenic diabetes is caused by mutations, or changes, in a solitary quality. These progressions are normally gone through families, however here and there the quality change occurs alone. The greater part of these quality mutations cause diabetes by making the pancreas less ready to make insulin. The most widely recognized kinds of monogenic diabetes are neonatal diabetes and development beginning diabetes of the youthful (MODY). Neonatal diabetes happens in the initial a half year of life. Specialists generally analyze MODY amid immaturity or early adulthood, however here and there the malady isn't analyzed until some other time throughout everyday life.
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