Arguably, having a great amount of housework are heavy duties for many stay at home parents. Sequentially, stay at home parents pay little attention to their own health but instead focus more on the other family members’ health.
Hypothesis 2: The effects of diabetes affect the overall performance of employees at their work places, which in turn affects the whole society. On the other hand, working people experience additional health problems such as stress and fatigue in addition to having diabetes. More over, research has also shown that diabetes related symptoms have a major impact on fatigue (Weijman et al, 2003). The dietary characteristics of the employees are of low nutritional value since they only strife to fend for their families and not for themselves (Weijman et al, 2003). In this case, the quality does not matter as long as it manages to sort out their hunger issues. For many it was all about the work and its rewards and not about their health. In essence, it showed how much they had to endure in the survival process.
Hypothesis 1: The minority people work for minimum pay which translates to cheap lifestyles and poor diet. This makes them more susceptible to health problems like diabetes. According to Hyman (2010), the high cost of good food also makes people dependant on cheap calorie foodstuff, which are detrimental to their health. In addition, low income has a negative effect on health care as people opt for the cheaper options (William & Collins, 1995).
Hypothesis 2: Racial inequalities make the minority not to either invest in health insurance or go for regular health check ups. True to this, the onset of this disease is more frequent among blacks, Mexican-Americans, and Native Americans (Williams & Collins, 1995). Unknown to them, health insurance would decrease the number of diseases in them if only they adhered to regular doctor checkups. Health care is needed for minority people to prevent diseases such as