An ongoing global epidemic.
- It is estimated that in 2025, diabetes will show an increase of 300 million sufferers, in developed countries.
Populations at high risk.
According to the centers of disease control and prevention, Washington DC has 19.7 percent obesity problem.
- In 2009, Afro Americans have 51 percent higher prevalence of obesity. Hispanics have 21 percent higher obesity prevalence. Obesity is linked to type II diabetes. Diabetes mellitus has been recognized as a clinical syndrome. An increase of Type II diabetes has been reported among U.S. children and adolescents of all ethnic groups as young as 10.
Type II diabetes.
It is a group of heterogeneous, autoimmune, hormonal and metabolic disorders. Somatic depression may be related to metabolic syndrome and visceral adiposity.
Non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus.
NIDDM has links with a wide array of secondary disorders including weight gain, dyslipidemia, high cholesterol, obesity and more.
- A 50-year-old, with diabetes is expected to live 8.5 years fewer.
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