African American Diabetes Statistics

Compared to the general population, African Americans are disproportionately affected by diabetes . of all African Americans aged years or older have diagnosed diabetes. African Americans are . times more likely to have diabetes as non Hispanic whites..

Compared to the general population, African Americans are disproportionately affected by diabetes . of all African Americans aged years or older have diagnosed diabetes. African Americans are . times more likely to have diabetes as non Hispanic whites..Diabetes is an epidemic in the United States. Every seconds someone is diagnosed with diabetes. million children and adults in the. United States live with diabetes and an additional. million have prediabetes, placing them at an increased risk for developing type diabetes and its complications. Unless . Statistics About Diabetes. Overall Numbers, Diabetes and Prediabetes. Prevalencethe number of people in a given group or population who are reported to have a disease.X . million Americans, or . of the population, had diabetes. Approximately . million American children and adults . Diabetes and African Americans. African American adults are percent more likely than non Hispanic white adults to have been diagnosed with diabetes by a physician. In , non Hispanic blacks were . times more likely to be diagnosed with end stage renal disease as compared to non Hispanic whites..

Compared to the general population, African Americans are disproportionately affected by diabetes . of all African Americans aged years or older have diagnosed diabetes. African Americans are . times more likely to have diabetes as non Hispanic whites..Diabetes is an epidemic in the United States. Every seconds someone is diagnosed with diabetes. million children and adults in the. United States live with diabetes and an additional. million have prediabetes, placing them at an increased risk for developing type diabetes and its complications. Unless .Statistics About Diabetes. Overall Numbers, Diabetes and Prediabetes. Prevalencethe number of people in a given group or population who are reported to have a disease.X . million Americans, or . of the population, had diabetes. Approximately . million American children and adults .Diabetes and African Americans. African American adults are percent more likely than non Hispanic white adults to have been diagnosed with diabetes by a physician. In , non Hispanic blacks were . times more likely to be diagnosed with end stage renal disease as compared to non Hispanic whites..Nosed diabetes among African Americans is . , ris ing from . at age years to . at age years. The rate of diabetes in blacks has tripled during the past years. Prevalence of diagnosed diabetes in adults is now . times as frequent in blacks as in whites. This excess occurs for both black men and..African Americans have a high risk for type diabetes. Genetic traits, the prevalence of obesity, and insulin resistance all contribute to the risk of diabetes in the African American community. African Americans have a high rate of diabetic complications, because of poor glycaemic control and racial disparities in health care in .Multivariateyses accounting for several diabetes risk factors did not provide strong support for higher diabetes prevalence rates among African Americans than among Whites men odds ratio [OR]=. confidence interval [CI]=., . women OR=., CI=., . . Conclusions. Our findings suggest .