Diabetes and Associated Cardiovascular Complications in American Indians/Alaskan Natives: A Review of Risks and Prevention Strategies

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metabolic syndrome 19068 focused on promoting healthy eating and regular exercise were shown to decrease the development of metabolic syndrome in the Southwestern AI population [[74]]. A targeted tri-weekly exercise regimen, coupled with nutritional
obesity 1623 should be taken into consideration when establishing prevention programs to decrease the prevalence of obesity , diabetes, and CVD incidence among adults and children in the AI/AN population. Prevention programs
obesity 3381 death in the AI/AN population [[3]]. Additionally, AI/AN youths are disproportionately affected by obesity , a major risk factor for DM, compared to other ethnic groups in the United States, with 40 to 50% of
obesity 11493 stroke share several risk factors such as hypertension, smoking, diabetes, physical inactivity, and obesity . Patients with CAD have an increased risk of developing stroke. Recent studies suggest that subclinical
obesity 14568 Further analyses of individual study sites revealed the greatest linkage between loci on chromosome 4 to obesity in an AI population from Arizona. Linkage signals for BMI were also observed on chromosomes 5, 7, 8,
obesity 15443 the Oklahoma participants [[63]]. Linkages of chromosome 7p19q with pulse pressure, glucose/insulin/ obesity factor to chromosome 4, the dyslipidemia factor to chromosome 12, and the blood pressure factor to chromosome
obesity 18070 the AI/AN Population4.1. Control and Management of Risk Factors for DM and CVDPhysical inactivity, obesity , and hypertension are known major risk factors for DM and CVD. Among these, physical inactivity is modifiable
obesity 18192 hypertension are known major risk factors for DM and CVD. Among these, physical inactivity is modifiable and obesity is a controllable risk factor. DM and CVD are preventable by controlling physical activity and obesity.
obesity 18295 obesity is a controllable risk factor. DM and CVD are preventable by controlling physical activity and obesity . It is well recognized that exercise and weight loss reduce blood pressure, increase insulin sensitivity,
obesity 20214 to enough foods for an active healthy life due to shortage of money or resources, has been linked to obesity in children, DM in adults, and poor glucose control in DM patients [[76]]. Unfortunately, 23% of AI/AN
obesity 24388 symptoms was more limited than that of the general population [[91]]. Although they understand the risk of obesity and importance of physical inactivity in CVD development, they are unable to tell what blood pressure
obesity 25289 risk factors should be considered when establishing prevention programs to decrease the prevalence of obesity , diabetes, and CVD among adults and children in the AI/AN population. Prevention programs should focus

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