When Type 2 Diabetes Runs in the Family

When Type 2 Diabetes Runs in the Family

When Type 2 Diabetes Runs in the Family Tyrell Hardtke Diabetes in the Family: A Case Study CDCs 2005 Science Ambassador Program Todays Question: You learn that type 2 diabetes runs in the family. How can you avoid developing type 2 diabetes?

? ? ? ? Diabetic Presentation Overview I. Diabetes A. What is it? B. Who has it? C. How do you get it?

D. What does it do? E. How do you fix it? II. Family History A. What is it? B. How can we use it to stay healthy? What is Diabetes? A persons blood sugar levels are too high Type 1: Pancreas produces little to no insulin Type 2: Over time, lose ability to use the insulin that the body makes Pizza

Blood sugar Insulin Blood sugar Who has Diabetes? About 7% of the population (21 million people) had diabetes in 2005 (2) Type 1: Usually diagnosed in children and young adults About 5-10% of people with diabetes have type 1 Type 2:

Older Adults Children, adults, and older adults!!! About 90-95% of people with diabetes have type 2 diabetes What are the risk factors for type 2 diabetes? Age Physical inactivity Being overweight For women: gestational diabetes Some racial/or ethnic groups Type 2 diabetes in the

family How Bad is Type 2 Diabetes, Really? Increases your risk of. Heart disease, high blood pressure and stroke by about two times.

Other complications include blindness, numbness, amputation, impotence, and kidney failure! How Can We Treat and Prevent Type 2 Diabetes? Treatments: Medications Lifestyle changes Prevention:

Learn about your family history Work with doctor to monitor health closely, if it runs in family Eat a healthy diet and be physically active! What Do You Mean It Runs In The Family?!? Family history of a disease: one or more of your relatives had a disease If you have a family history of a disease, you might have a higher risk of developing the disease than the average person Some combinations of your family history, your environment, and your behavior put you

at higher risk for developing diseases The Risk Triangle: A Type 2 Diabetes Example Your Genetics Your Risk Your Environment Your Behavior Using Family History for Prevention

Environment and behavior are modifiable risk factors Genetic make-up is a non-modifiable risk factor You can prevent disease by changing modifiable risk factors Behavior Risk Genetics Risk Risk

Environment In Summary Diabetes is a serious, preventable disease that strikes about 21 million Americans! We can use knowledge of family history to prevent type 2 diabetes! Now, lets look at a case of a woman who might be at risk, and see if we can help her References 1.

2. 3. 4. 5. Diabetes and Public Health Speak: A crash course on the public health aspects of diabetes. PowerPoint presentation by Pamela Allweiss, CDC Science Ambassador Program, June 2005. www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/tutorials/diabetesintrodu ction/id029102.pdf [Accessed 10/27/05] http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/fastats/diabetes.htm

[Accessed 3/27/06] Family History: A disease prevention tool for public health and preventative medicine. PowerPoint presentation by Paula Yoon, CDC Science Ambassador Program, June 2005. http://www.diabetes.org/diabetes-statistics/heart-diseas e.jsp [Accessed 8/28/05]

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