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  • Volume 2016

    Socio-Economics, Lifestyle and Association with Diabetes: A Short Review of the Literature
    (International Journal of Medical Works)

    Vol. 2, Issue 4, PP. 9-12, April 2016

    Keywords: Type II Diabetes, incidence, Lifestyle, Socio-economic, Risk factor, health

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    Abstract

    While socio-economic status (SES) and lifestyle have been isolatedly considered as key social factors affecting the prevalence of metabolic disorders like Type II diabetes mellitus, there had not been clear-cut analysis of the simultaneous relationship and impact of the two as diabetes risk factors. SES such as income, education, housing, access to primary health care services and lifestyle factors such as physical inactivities and dietary choices are the primary influencers and predictors of health outcomes. Highlighting the role that SES and lifestyle factors play in the development and progression of Type II diabetes could be central to effective development of primary intervention strategies. The aims of this paper were: (1.) to identify, distinctly from literature, the sub-factors associated with diabetes as lifestyle and socio-economic factors, and (2.) to discuss how the association of lifestyle and SES, in a simultaneous relationship, affect the incidence of diabetes. Studies have shown that type II diabetes is largely preventable through diet and lifestyle modi?cations. To curb the escalating diabetes epidemic, primary prevention through promotion of a healthy diet and lifestyle should be a global policy of  priority.

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    Abimbola Oluseyi Ogunsola: Department of Physiology, Ben Carson Snr School of Medicine, Babcock University, Ilisan-Remo, Ogun State, Nigeria; email: oluseyi07@yahoo.com, ogunsolaa@babcock.edu.ng

       Olayinka Kehinde Binuomoyo: Stanbic IBTC, and the Institute of Development Administration of Nigeria (IDAN), Distance Learning Centre, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria; ykbinuomoyo@outlook.com

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    Abimbola Oluseyi Ogunsola and Olayinka K. Binuomoyo, "Socio-Economics, Lifestyle and Association with Diabetes: A Short Review of the Literature" International Journal of Medical Works, Vol. 2, Issue 4, PP. 9-12, April 2016.

     

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