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    Diabetes and Health Disparities: Community-Based Approaches for Racial and Ethnic Populations
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Programs Improve Diabetes Care in Low-Income Areas

Gander and colleagues described a program started on the south side of Chicago, a in great measure low-income, black community, which, much like Los Angeles, has an elevated measure of diabetes. Because racial and ethnic disparities in diabetes are related to

eHealth Initiative Shifts Focus to Chronic Diseases

She said that few disparities in nurse quality have been reduced and that nearly no disparities in access to care are getting smaller. Clancy added that cancer screening and diabetes administration remain particular problem areas.

Residents' Diabetes Care Found Lacking

Patients seen in residency clinics were younger, had mark down ratings of self-reported health, were more likely to be current smokers, and had more hunger-term complications of diabetes such as vision loss, end-stage renal affliction,

Health Affairs Study: Chronic Special Needs Plan Improves Care for Diabetic ...

"Our results present that by providing care coordination services to groups impacted by health disparities, it is practicable to improve quality and reduce costs to levels closer to less disadvantaged populations." "The known fee-for-service system does

NIH funds innovative study to examine use of text messaging in improving diabetes care

Scripps Whittier Diabetes Institute has received a five-year, $2.9 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to fund an innovative clinical trial that will use mHealth technology and text messaging to improve type 2 diabetes management among high-risk Hispanic patients in San Diego County.

Known as Dulce Digital-Me, this is the third research effort by the Scripps Whittier Diabetes Institute to win funding from the federal agency in the past 13 months. In August 2015, the Scripps institute received $2.1 million to study the use of specially trained medical assistants as diabetes health coaches. A month later, the institute received $2.4 million to study a nurse and volunteer team approach to reduce hospitalizations among Hispanic patients with multiple chronic conditions.

"Our success attracting financial support from the NIH clearly demonstrates the value of the research we are doing to better understand and treat a disease that is rising in epidemic proportions in our country and occurs more frequently among Hispanics, who also often experience worse health outcomes," said Athena Philis-Tsimikas, M.D., corporate vice president for the Scripps Whittier Diabetes Institute. "We believe our work will identify innovative, cost-effective ways to improve diabetes care and help to reduce health disparities among this underserved population."

Ideas about Race and Health?

I'm trying to think of a good essay topic on the relationship between health and race - but the stance I need to take is that it's not RACE that causes health disparities, but rather social and environmental implications caused by being categorized as

but race does have a big part of it~ie;african americans high blood pressure & cholesterol~native americans alcoholism♦

So you mean.. The implications of poor socioeconomic conditions of racial minorities and related health disadvantages?

Please help me! Proofread my paper (quicky)?

“Unnatural Causes” is a documentary that purports to bring attention to health disparities that exist in the United States of America. The United States government fails to provide tax-paying citizens with a fair and equal distribution of health

Hi Jatice ~

Well done and to the point. This is good, muscular prose, making a strong point in a straight-ahead way.

“Unnatural Causes” is a documentary that (OMIT "purports to") bringS attention to health

you do not need to fix anything it is perfect the way it is.

Here are some corrections:

The reality of health disparities translateS into race and class-specific afflictions. Research studies show that African-Americans suffer higher rateS of chronic disease than Whites. African-AmericanS die earlier,