Thesis Statement Working Outline
Thesis Statement Working Outline
Thesis Statement: Diabetic individuals are vulnerable to other conditions that can be fatal to their health.
Diabetes is a condition that emanates from the inability of the pancreas to execute its blood sugar regulatory functions. The condition is caused by factors that deter the emission and the effects of the pancreatic hormones such as insulin. Diabetes results into the development of secondary conditions in the body like high blood pressure. The condition is very hazardous to the body and needs prevention which has really affected the developing nations especially Mauritius and immigrants of Japanese.
Introduction Diabetes mainly causes lifestyle changes (Loveman and Clegg, 2008). Prevention, dietetic cure and medication effects on the diabetes patients. Prevalence in diverse places and the most vulnerable people.
Thesis statement: Diabetic individuals are vulnerable to other conditions that can be fatal to their health.
Body What are the contributing factors of diabetes in the past and current basing on: Age: especially in children (Maty, Lynch, & Kaplan, 2008) Class of people-sedentary lifestyle (Kolb, & Mandrup-Poulsen, 2009) Demographic placement and social economic factors (Edwards, Vincent, Cheng and Feldman, 2008). Family history (Edwards, Vincent, Cheng and Feldman, 2008). Racial background (Scientific Abstracts, 2009). The different types of diabetes. Type one Symptoms unique to this type of diabetes (Edwards, Vincent, Cheng and Feldman, 2008). i. Physical ii. Psychological Causes (Loveman and Clegg, 2008). Prevalence based on gender, age, race or a particular environment (Gu1, D. et al, 2003). Type two Symptoms unique to this type of diabetes (Edwards, Vincent, Cheng and Feldman, 2008). i. Physical ii. Psychological Causes (Loveman and Clegg, 2008). Prevalence based on gender, age, race or a particular environment (Gu1, D. et al, 2003). Finger stick Fasting plasma glucose Oral glucose test Glycosylated hemoglobin Life style changes Education and awareness Joining a support group (Loveman and Clegg, 2008). Self care (Akarsu, Buyukhatipoglu, Aktaran and Geyik, 2006). Diagnosis of the condition (Scientific Abstracts, 2009). Prevention of the ailment and awareness efforts by the world bodies in the aim of eliminating diabetes in the world (Cochrane review Group, 2008). Treatment and management of the condition i. Diet ii. Health habits iii. Exercises iv. Monitoring of blood glucose v. Medication vi. Hospital visits Effects of diabetes (Loveman and Clegg, 2008). Social-cultural effects Economical effects Spreading awareness on the condition Fighting stigmatization of those with diabetes Social obligation to those with diabetes (Loveman and Clegg, 2008). Conclusion How the world and medics have succeeded in diabetes curtailment (IDF 2006). General overview of diabetes awareness in the world and efforts applied to subdue it. (Codner, et al. 2007) Reference
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