In the confrontation of the current dilemma concerning the increasing rate of

In the confrontation of the current dilemma

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epidemic implies the family, friends, teachers, and its community responses. In the confrontation of the current dilemma concerning the increasing rate of children and young adults contracting the diabetes disease at an early age in their life. A BRIEF PROBLEM STATEMENT According to the latest report from CDC (2011). The total U.S.A population affected with Diabetes Mellitus is about 29.1 million or 9.3% of the total U.S.A population; of those numbers, only 21.0 million have been correctly diagnosed with the disease and the reminders or 8.1 million persons continues undiagnosed. Which, in detail, represent the noteworthy percentage of 27.8% of the total numbers. This particular part of the diabetes population, wrongly considers themselves to be free of the disease (2011). During the decade of 2000 to 2010. 15,600 youths or persons younger than 20 years of age, were diagnosed with type 1 diabetes and 3,600 youth with type II diabetes. This trend does not seem to change during the second decade of the 21st century. In fact, it seems to increase perceptibly in steady numbers (CDC, 2011). Diabetes type I and diabetes type II are both interchangeable conditions in the children and adolescent
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  • Fall '19
  • Diabetes mellitus type 1, Diabetes mellitus type 2

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