August 4, 2015


World

Finland may be just too clean

Wealthy, unpolluted nation has Type 1 diabetes rates up to six times higher than its poorer, dirtier neighbours

A summer day in Esplanade Park in Helsinki, Finland. Finns have the world's highest rate of type 1 diabetes.

MARTII KAINULAINEN / LEHTIKUVA / THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ARCHIVES

A summer day in Esplanade Park in Helsinki, Finland. Finns have the world's highest rate of type 1 diabetes.

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