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Type II diabetes in Minorities
Middle age from 40-46
Minority Group (African American, Caucasian, Hispanics)
How does Type II diabetes affect the middle-aged man?
How is this in comparison to Caucasian, Hispanics, and African American males.
Does Social Determinants: Education, Social status and medical care play a role? If so, how?
What are the statistical facts related to Type 2 Diabetes prevalence in the US? Wy?
What are the statistical implications of T2DM in minorities?
How Does diabetes affect minorities in the low-income populations in the U.S?
Despite it being a global disease, there are certain ethnic groups that are more prone to being diagnosed because of diet and culture.
What can be done to increase their health education?
Why do patients in the U.S. still struggle to get the care they need to monitor and maintain healthy glucose levels? Is this a matter of rising health costs?
Are minorities from certain ethnic groups more at risk of developing heart disease or eye disease because of their diabetes diagnosis (e.g., the type of diabetes they have)?
Why has the number of people that conducted self-tests of blood glucose dropped?
Are there other factors such as social or environmental that have led to this decrease.