About 77% of people in England aged 16 and up who are diagnosed with type 2 diabetes have at least one other physical or mental health condition. The most common co-morbid conditions were hypertension (52%), high cholesterol (24%), osteoarthritis (18%), depression (12.4%), and anxiety (5.6%). The prevalence of co-morbid conditions was highest in older adults, women, and some conditions were higher in people from deprived areas. “Deprivation” was evaluated through an index which comprises data from seven deprivation domains including income, employment, education, health, crime, barriers to housing and services, and living environment. People with type . . .