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The Presence of Family History and the Development of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Risk Factors in Rural Children
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The Presence of Family History and the Development of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Risk Factors in Rural Children Name: Institution: In accordance to the American Diabetes Association (2001), type 2 diabetes is almost becoming an epidemic among children and adolescents (Adams, 2007)…
The existence of several risk factors in the samples reporting a positive family history of diabetes Vs those with no history on diabetes was not statistically significant (Richard, 2010). According to the results, other factors apart from family history can also influence the development of this kind of diabetes in rural school going children. Purpose, problem and statement and sampling of the study The study sought to find the effect of the selected risks and how they lead to the development of the type 2 DM in rural children. The problem and purpose of the study clearly states the association between the variables used in the study. The focused population of the study is the children from rural areas and the study clearly indicates that on the problem statement. The objectives of the author were obtainable due to the inclusion of adequate information that will help achieve the purpose and hence will aid the solutions to the problem (Ogundipe, 2005). Hypothesis The study used both the combination of the null and research hypothesis. ...
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