The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that more than 100 million US adults are living with diabetes or prediabetes. As of 2015, 30.3 million Americans have diabetes, which represents 9.4% of the US population. Medical care costs are estimated in the billions of dollars to treat, manage, and care for those diagnosed with diabetes in the United States. Epidemiology of Diabetes addresses the patterns, risk factors and prevention of the epidemic of diabetes in the US population. Diabetes is a costly and common disease that needs serious attention and awareness. Diabetes causes devastating consequences such as neuropathy, retinopathy, nephropathy and vasculopathy. This succinct reference focuses on the current data and research on diabetes and is essential reading for diabetes care providers, as well as health care decision makers Serves as a starting point for medical professionals addressing the patterns, risk factors, prevention, and treatment of the epidemic of diabetes in the US population Discusses the epidemic and prevalence of diabetes in the United States, covering the disability, burden and mortality of diabetes Covers the epidemiology of nutrition and diet, addressing carbohydrates and fiber, fats, protein, alcohol, and nutritional intervention

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