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Diabetes in America

Diabetes in America: Analysis of an Epidemic charts the geographic and demographic prevalence of people with Diabetes nationwide, by state and by district. This important title provides the reader with statistical comparisons of incidence, prevalence, costs and other relevant analysis of Diabetes across the US - at the nation, state and district level.

Diabetes in America: Analysis of an Epidemic:

Provides National, State and Congressional District Profiles of the Prevalence of Diabetes across the country;

Each profile begins with a Four-Color Map charting the prevalence of Diabetes, along with the contact information and photo of the leading government official for that area. Profiles also provide detailed statistics, all arranged by age, gender and race/ethnicity on the Number of Diabetics, Overall Prevalence, Percent Uninsured, Number of Hospital Encounters, Hospitalization Costs, Total Annual Medical Costs, along with the percentage who have their Diabetes under control;

Comparative Ranking Charts compare all of these statistics at the national, state and congressional district level - a quick way to see how a given state, territory, or congressional district compares on a number of topics relating to diabetes, including prevalence, hospitalization, and diabetics.

Diabetes in America: Analysis of an Epidemic combines charts, reports, 4-color maps, rankings and comparative information on the prevalence of Diabetes across the country. This new series will be an important acquisition for public and academic libraries, government agencies and healthcare reference collections.

Includes Five Years of FREE ONLINE ACCESS to sortable ranking tables on the Grey House Online platform, plus a link to this content can be added to youe Salem Press landing page.

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Pub. Date: May 2013
Softcover: 1188 pages
ISBN: 978-1-61925-172-4
Price: $350
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e-ISBN: 978-1-61925-173-1
eBook User Price: $438