The cost of prescriptions for people with diabetes has risen over £ 1 billion for the first time in the history of the British Health Authority.
According to the website of the British "Daily Mail", the data revealed NHS Said today, the amount spent on dealing with the common situation has increased by £ 421 million since 2008.
Currently, diabetes medicines represent one in 20 samples detailed by health services, accounting for more than 11.4% of all prescription costs.
Almost 3.7 million adults in the United Kingdom are registered for sugar, or one in 20 people, an increase of 37% over the number in 2010.
Some of the increase in type 2 diabetes, which represents nine out of ten cases, can be attributed to a nation that is becoming more obese, with at least a quarter of obese British adults, while data from last month revealed that out of 20 children Obesity serious.