The Challenge of diabetes in the African American community Author Name(s) First M. Last Omit Titles and DegreesInstitutional Affiliation(s)Author Note Include any grant/funding information and a complete correspondence address. The challenge of diabetes in the African American Community There are several deadly diseases that affect the African American community to a greater extent compared to Whites Hispanics and Asians. African Americans suffer from higher rates of diabetes asthma lung scarring lung cancer stroke high blood pressure and cancer deaths compared to whites and the other ethnicities.Diabetes is a disease that is dependent on genetic socio-economic historical and cultural factors. There is a total of 30.3 million people of all ages in the US living with diabetes. Based on this data 9.4% of the U.S. population has a form of diabetes. On the other hand “33.9% of U.S. adults aged 18 years or older (84.1 million people) had prediabetes in prevalence levels won’t go down. References Canedo J. R. Miller S. T. Schlundt D. Fadden M. K. & Sanderson M. (2017). Racial/ethnic disparities in diabetes quality of care: the role of healthcare access and socioeconomic status. Journal of racial and ethnic health disparities 1-8. Link C. L. &McKinlay J. B. (2009). Disparities in the Prevalence of Diabetes: Is it Race/Ethnicity or Socioeconomic Status? Results from the Boston Area Community Health (BACH) Survey. Ethnicity & Disease 19(3) 288–292. Marshall M. (2005). Diabetes in African Americans. Postgraduate Medical Journal 81(962) 734–740. doi.org Signorello L. B. Schlundt D. G. Cohen S. S. Steinwandel M. D. Buchowski M. S. McLaughlin J. K. … Blot W. J. (2007). Comparing Diabetes Prevalence Among African Americans and Whites of Similar Socioeconomic Status. American Journal of Public Health 97(12) 2260–2267. doi.org Spanakis E. K. & Golden S. H. (2013). Race/Ethnic Difference in Diabetes and Diabetic Complications. Current Diabetes Reports 13(6) 10.1007/s11892–013–0421–9. http://doi.org/10.1007/s11892-013-0421-9 [...]
Prepare a 4–5-page review of recent research that examines statistics on the primary health concern of a population, describes the methods and tools used in the research studies, explains the factors that affect health promotion and disease prevention for a population, and recommends a health care initiative. Note: The assessments in this course build upon each other, so you are strongly encouraged to complete them in sequence.