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DIABETES MELLITUS AND BAD EATING HABITS 3 population in a surprising mixture. The primary causes of diabetes mellitus continue to be multifactorial, with a genetic background in a predominant position in the etiology of the disease. Furthermore, the combined events of bad eating habits, sedentary lifestyle, lack of physical activities, and absence of emotional support from the family and close relations ae important considerations (Hoffman, 2001). Those points measured as the main causes for the development of diabetes mellitus in the young and child population THE PURPOSE OF THE STUDY The primary objective of the present study focuses on the investigation and a quick glance in the remarkably constant growth of diabetes mellitus in the young individual, or below the age of 20. Eating disorders not only advances the diabetes condition and pre-diabetes circumstances but also promotes the appearance of diabetes complications at a very young age. Medical treatment should be seen as an integral part of a multidisciplinary team, which advocates a holistic proposal of care and attention to the afflicted person. Which success in involving the young patient with their physicians, nurses, psychologists, teachers, friends, families, and community’s resources. Insulin treatment should be addressed within the context of a supportive environment and public health sources capable of ministering the mental, social, and physical needs of the young person (Hoffman, 2001)
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DIABETES MELLITUS AND BAD EATING HABITS 4 REFERENCES CDC. (2014). Prediabetes. Retrieved from Hoffman, R. P. (2001). Eating disorders in adolescents with type I diabetes a closer look at a complicated condition. Symposium: Four of four articles. Postgraduate Medicine. Apr2001; 109(4): 67-82. (7p) Owens-Gary. M. (2014). Double jeopardy. Addressing diabetes and eating disorders among adolescents in the school setting. NASN School Nurse. 2014 Nov; Vol 29(6): pp, 292-4
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