Diabetes Rates Rising
It is interesting and quite alarming that an estimated 285 million will live with diabetes in 2010. The number is expected to jump to 438 million by 2030! The African American population is seen to have the biggest increase developing diabetes.
70% of the current cases of diabetes occur in low and middle income countries. Did you know that India has the largest diabetes population? And China follows behind with 43.2 million people with diabetes.
The largest age group currently affected with diabetes is between 40-59 years of age.
Diabetes is one of the leading cause’s premature illness and death worldwide!
A reason that underdeveloped countries have such a high rate of diabetes is probably because developing countries don’t properly diagnose people with diabetes. Without timely diagnosis and adequate treatment complications and death tolls rise.
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