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Left untreated, diabetes can damage almost every major organ in the body. Diabetes is the cause of nearly 200,000 deaths in the United States each year.That is why it is important for those with the disease to be diagnosed as soon as possible.Diabetes’ Impact Forty percent of all medical costs are for the care of people diagnosed with diabetes, that is why we take time in November, National Diabetes month, to help people learn more about the disease.Diabetes is one of the most common chronic or long-term diseases in the United States.West Point Beemer High School, Laurel Concord High School, Rock County High School Bassett and Tekamah Herman High School Distance Ed Room November 15 Food, Fun and Reading, Bancroft Rosalie Kindergarten, - p.m. November 16 Bancroft Rosalie Afterschool Program, – p.m.
The other 80% of a successful self-management plan includes education, exercise and meal management/food intake management.For those that are diagnosed it is important to take it seriously and do all they can to manage their disease through self-care techniques to hold blood sugar levels in tight control.At the present time, 25.8 million Americans currently have diabetes, which represents about 9 percent of the population.Additionally it is projected that an additional 10 million Americans have undiagnosed diabetes.
The prevailing thought is that 1/3 of Americans will be affected by diabetes by 2020. has increased progressively during the second half of the 20 century with an increase of about 40 percent recorded since the late 1970’s.It is estimated that about 800,000 new cases of diabetes are diagnosed each year. This increase has been caused by the aging of the population and an increase in obesity.