Ok - this is about health, butts, diabetes, and youth!

@vandana7 (61368)
India
June 4, 2010 12:26pm CST
I just read a nice report! :) If you have more moles, you are actually biologically younger (whatever that means), and if you have large butts, chances of you becoming diabetic are considerably lower! Now, that I thought was very interesting since I qualify both ways. Dare to bare - at your own risk.
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@mysdianait (64067)
• Italy
4 Jun 10
Does it matter where the moles are? What about if they are on the big butt? What is 'a lot of moles' anyway? I mean a lot might be more or less and does it mean the number of moles or the amount of body surface that is crawling with them? Judging by the results of your report I have many more years to live!
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@zed_k4 (17630)
• Singapore
4 Jun 10
Moles on the big butt! LOL... Just saying..
• United States
5 Jun 10
Watch out about saying that you have a lot of moles, especially if they are on your butt, since Sunny will want to play "connect the dots" on you as well.
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@sunnycool (12737)
• India
5 Jun 10
Sunny is here to exhibit his skills......and he is really happy as this time he connect the dots on a Huge celestial object
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@vijayanths (7878)
• India
4 Jun 10
Hi, vandana you have done a great, useful and interesting research indeed. Moles matter is somewhat believable to me but butts matter no chance at all. I think people with big butts are prone to get diabetes. This discussion is very important for youth like you and me, hehehehe.
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@vandana7 (61368)
• India
4 Jun 10
Yeah, but you didnt dare to bare!
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• India
4 Jun 10
Vandi, how many pet names you have here on Mylot? I came to know about this vannie today. You seem to be pretty close to tons of Mylot hearts. If you have the influence of Venus then you may have more moles on your body. It may make you look younger than your real age.(this is astrological part) Regarding your 2nd research, I would rather have diabetes than carrying a biiig butts.. Wish you a very happy diabetes free life
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@vandana7 (61368)
• India
4 Jun 10
Tell me something astrologically. What lies ahead for me? :) Seriously, I want to consult you on this. :) Lets see how far your predictions are accurate. :) We differ on butts issue.
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@Wizzywig (7860)
4 Jun 10
Oh well.... that would explain a lot! I may be overweight but I dont have a big bum... but, I do have diabetes. Point proven
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@vandana7 (61368)
• India
4 Jun 10
Oh! I am sorry to learn that! I am not diabetic as yet. But I am slightly overweight. I am trying to bring down my weight. :) But it is not necessary that thin people wont have diabetes. I know of one who had! And she was a whole lot slimmer than me!
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@Hatley (164772)
• Garden Grove, California
4 Jun 10
hi vandy and wizzywig as a long time diabetic have been to a ton of lectures type one diabetic usually are too thin and the complete lack of insulin makes them skinny,usually the younger people, but type two are us big butts who make insulin but the fat cells do a number on the insulin tryhing to carry sugar into muscle cells so the sugar instead floats in our blood stream. type one make no insulin, type two does make insulin. thin people that become diabetics have had something happen to their pancreas so it no longer makes insulin at all.
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@Mitraa (3188)
• India
4 Jun 10
I think, this may not be necessarily true in all the cases! Rather this may be a statistical opinion of some investigator! Because what I find is more moles are developed in case of aged persons and large butt people are comparatively more inactive than the slim ones and this inactiveness more likely causes diabatics! Thanks for this nice topic and have good health with activeness always!!
@vandana7 (61368)
• India
4 Jun 10
Hi Mitraa, what you said is sane! The discussion was started because of insane discovery! Such studies do from time to time throw up something to laugh at, dont you think? :) Thanks for your participation.
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@saphrina (31740)
• South Africa
4 Jun 10
Vannie, i am not that young, have no moles and not a big butt. Where do i fit in?? TATA.
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@saphrina (31740)
• South Africa
4 Jun 10
I think we are going to wait till next year christmas, sweetie. Vannie is never in a hurry to explain things.
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@vandana7 (61368)
• India
4 Jun 10
*vandy read and re-read the article about not so young with no moles and no big butt - but couldnt find anything there*
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@saphrina (31740)
• South Africa
4 Jun 10
So, what am i suppose to think of this now??
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@zed_k4 (17630)
• Singapore
4 Jun 10
Suddenly remembering part of the song lyrics, "I like big butts and I cannot lie".. LOL!! I don't know about that theory; but you might be right. So, I have to be cautious about my sugar intake from now on, and I don't have lots of moles either.. !!
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• United States
5 Jun 10
So, do you like big butts, Zed?
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• Boston, Massachusetts
5 Jun 10
Hi Zed, you better watch your sugar intake and that means you don't have a big butt hehehehe...well, it's okay as long as you can take all the necessary precautions and prevnetion to keep you fit you are fine... Hi Purple...i am one with purple in asking you this question?????do you like big butts? does it matter to you?
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@sunnycool (12737)
• India
5 Jun 10
bIG BUTTS....... i like them in certain cases and they can be tooo heavy and hard to manage in crucial scenarios especially when your two seated bike gotta carry three
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@sunnycool (12737)
• India
5 Jun 10
Moles Nope to Large Butts Yeeeeah to Ripped Abs Sunny walks away concluding
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@saphrina (31740)
• South Africa
5 Jun 10
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• Malaysia
5 Jun 10
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• Malaysia
5 Jun 10
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• United States
5 Jun 10
Well, I have more freckles than I do moles, but I think that a few of my freckles are actually tiny moles. Do they count? Also, I do have a big butt, although not grotesquely large, so that is a good thing, too. Does that mean that I can go have another ginormous piece of cake and ice cream now?
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@sunnycool (12737)
• India
5 Jun 10
Go ahead and have your Ice creams PA ----the closer you get to them the farther you find yourself from your friends ....i was talking about your ever growing butt....it would be difficult for me to hug you from back
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• Malaysia
5 Jun 10
you'll just need longer arms sunny..
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@vandana7 (61368)
• India
5 Jun 10
That is why Sunny does those roman ring excercises Mario! He has natural affinity for large butts. He is just shy in admitting it! @PA - I have been considering that cake after reading that bit of news. Really very tempting!
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@udayrao2 (782)
• India
5 Jun 10
Hi Vandana Is this only for females?? I am 60+ and quite fit for my age(touch wood!!)could even compete for stamina in walking, swimming or any outdoor sport( not involving running as I have a problem - due to an earlier accident- in my right leg) with anyone younger by 10 - 15 years!!! And yes I have a couple of moles too - on the back, leg and even on the cheek - used to call it a beauty spot in younger days!! - and being very big built for an Indian and maybe even having bigger butt no problems of diabetics or any other problems. So where does that leave me??? In your view I mean!!?? I don't think it really is true except may be the longevity - but then that is also a hereditary trait, so?
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@vandana7 (61368)
• India
14 Jun 10
Hi Udayrao, the article didnt specify females, so I guess it is valid for all sexes. :) I too met with accident, my left leg was the victim. :) I cant really compete in outdoor sports. :) But I dont look all that unhealthy. :) Touch wood. :) Thats it - you have big butts. And moles as well!!! Double whammy!!! You are out of danger, dont worry! All researchers would now be out to prove this to be true, because it is so difficult to find a medicine that melts away that fat at odd places. :)
@udayrao2 (782)
• India
16 Jun 10
read the above comment : and may be Sunnycool could be your assistant - both of you seem to be the most active in this very interesting topic which seems to be getting more hilarious by the day!!
@vandana7 (61368)
• India
18 Jun 10
Sunny bunny is my nephew, and he does not fear stripping as he has a good set of abs in there!
@carolbee (16241)
• United States
4 Jun 10
Interesting. I do have alot of moles but don't have a big butt. I heard of the big butt theory over the winter and thought it was a bit bizarre. It was all over the local news here. Wonder where this puts me healthwise!
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@vandana7 (61368)
• India
4 Jun 10
Yeah, its so bizzare, isn't it? :) I wonder who ever thought of investigating such thing! May be soon it will be fashionable to have lots of moles and have big butts. Because that is healthy.
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@carolbee (16241)
• United States
4 Jun 10
No kidding. How funny.
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• Malaysia
5 Jun 10
the butts must have really been big to have had total news coverage..
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• Malaysia
5 Jun 10
i've been taking good care of myself ever since i found out that i come from a long line of diabetics..so i'm careful when it comes to sugar & sweet stuff. in fact, i should stay away from some of the ladies here at myLot...because they're soo sweeeet...! maybe a couple of months get knocked off your age for every mole that is on the body...and freckles don't count. it's a mole wannabe butts..well, what do you think? i've dared to bare...what about you Van?
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@sunnycool (12737)
• India
5 Jun 10
It is really hard when you get into this dangerous disorder called diabetics...my dad has been suffering for 16 years now(he picked it up coz of various shifts he worked in his middle age)
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• Malaysia
6 Jun 10
it becomes a bit tricky when it's not just diabetes, but when there's additional ailments like high blood pressure and other stuff.. it's scary when i see how many pills he's got to take now days..
@vandana7 (61368)
• India
8 Jun 10
I am scared of diabetes and I am scared of Alzheimers. Some form of diabetes is avoidable, and I will do everything within my power to avoid it. Scary stuff! Sorry to learn that your papa has diabetes Sunny. My father also has it. My father doesnt take high blood pressure medication, and keeps on creating wars, which eventually become mine! Some inheritance.
• Boston, Massachusetts
5 Jun 10
Hi Vandana, I am pretty sure that i will not have any diabetes...as i am gifted with a nice buttie...and that's one of my best feature hehehehe. i have lots of moles too in my body. these moles make me age gracefully hehehehehe.
@sunnycool (12737)
• India
5 Jun 10
Its raining butts and moles here Sunny starts singing..... LONDON BRIDGE IS FALLING DOWN....FALLING DOWN.....
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• Boston, Massachusetts
5 Jun 10
storm is coming so hold on you might fall together with the bridge? aha...until when will you be staying there in london. why did you not invite us to join you there and enjoy so we can join you and have fun in the rain fo butts and moles. how about you? are you at risk of diabetes?
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@sunnycool (12737)
• India
5 Jun 10
I would prefer to carry ---- fewikwick to i can stick to the nearby wall when the storms arrive and then a big rope so i can save some people who sleep whilst hanging ------you can join me too in this historical trip
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@yugasini (12815)
• Anantapur, India
5 Jun 10
hi vandana madam, still you are understandable to me,what is biologically younger,i does not know about it,regarding the diabetic neither i have diabetics nor blood pressure to me,i am out of both things,thank god,so i am some what healthy,at present i am not eating any medicines,except for heart trouble,have a nice day
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• India
5 Jun 10
ohh, it is the first person ever in my life i am seeing happy to have a big bum..good , keep it up baby.
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• India
7 Jun 10
haha i liked that
@vandana7 (61368)
• India
8 Jun 10
I am happy I am happy I am happy I am happy! Sherielapjat did you realize that if this report does become medically endorsed people would be exercising or not exercising to get those big butts? LOL
@malpoa (1218)
• India
5 Jun 10
Oh I haven't heard a positive thing like that. I have read that if you have moles more in number compared to average count, chances of you getting cancer are more...i do not know what cancer...it was long time back in a women's magazine. And I dread that I would get cancer someday!!!
@vandana7 (61368)
• India
5 Jun 10
Oh Malpoa - how are you doing? :) Long time no see. Hope you will come to mylot regularly. It is such fun! And that was as much of a study as this one is. So dont worry! We still have a long way to go. By the time we reach there, new methods of treating would be discovered. Cheer up. :)
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@malpoa (1218)
• India
7 Jun 10
Sigh...hi hi...waiting to be sept dear...time is not at all kicking...
@ElicBxn (60692)
• United States
4 Jun 10
hummmm... Well, I don't have an exceptional butt, but its not small, and I've got LOADS of moles... lets just say, I've had about a dozen taken off and I still have loads of moles!
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@vandana7 (61368)
• India
14 Jun 10
Well then you are biologically younger. I too have a lot of moles! And I am not going to pull them off, until I find some hunk I really want to take them off for. After all, it keeps me younger, whichever way.
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@ElicBxn (60692)
• United States
17 Jun 10
they were removed because they were considered "suspicious" but nothing ever came of them (except scars) The one I'm GLAD to be rid of was on my chin - hated that one. My favorite mole is on my left palm...
@Hatley (164772)
• Garden Grove, California
4 Jun 10
oh dear vandana I do have diabetes and a big butt, maybe I am an exception to the rule or my diabetes did not read the report.lol. I have a few moles too so I may be biologically younger, and would that not be nice.So maybe I am a young old lady. hurray for my side always wanted to be young old. he he
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@vandana7 (61368)
• India
4 Jun 10
How are you doing? May be there is another condition then. :) Actually, I found the results of the study inconsistent. I wanted to know if anybody else considers them to be sensible enough.
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@Hatley (164772)
• Garden Grove, California
4 Jun 10
actually the diabetes nurse educators all s ay that obesity cause type 2 diabetes so they are wrong about the big butts being free from diabetes. I am fine though and happy as a lark since the sun came out. we are now into June gloom where each morning the sky is overcast andits about 70 outside. nice to be out in too. but now i have the sun coming in my window and i am happy again. l ol lol.
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@nina_khan (749)
• Pakistan
4 Jun 10
Hello Vandana Sis. its me G.. well you mean you have many moles on your skin and you fatty as well :P hahaha kia hal hai?? kaise hai ap?? kia hal chal hai? sunain na?? maira dosra wala naam baan kar deya tha inho nay. abhe dosry naam say join keya hai.maira naam na laina ok. and well i had never heard of such things in my life. your information is very interesting :P
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@vandana7 (61368)
• India
4 Jun 10
I know nina. :) I recognized you. :) Of course, I have many moles! I have age spots, I am 50+. :) And I am fat, I ate a lot of ice creams, and pastries till last year. The bakery is within 100 feet from my house. I love eating. I am good, how are you doing bro? Ok about whatever you say. I just read that info for the first time, and am feeling good about it. :)
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• Pakistan
4 Jun 10
Hahaha. i am fine and feeling great. and hey send me few pictures of your self.. send me your email i will email you (send private msg) i want to see you. it will be great pleasure for me please ........
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• India
5 Jun 10
Thats interesting to know, I did not count my moles, there are few on my body. Every one want to be younger so , guess we had more moles.
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@vandana7 (61368)
• India
8 Jun 10
The operative word is "biologically" younger. :) Which means only doctor would understand your skin is not aging but is younger than that of others! I have one too many. :)
@reinydawn (11650)
• United States
5 Jun 10
That's kinda funny! I have quite a few moles - should probably remove a few of them... And I do have a big butt because I've gained 50 pounds. I think I'd have less chance of becoming diabetic if I lost the weight, and the butt...
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@vandana7 (61368)
• India
8 Jun 10
Well, the study says just the opposite! It says if you have big butts, chances of you becoming diabetic are remote! It does make a sense though. We become so conscious of that bulk that we stop eating too much. May be that is why the study found it to be so. :)
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