Implicações Políticas do Crescimento da epidemia de diabetes no México

Jenette Smith, Miguel A. Perez

Resumo


O aumento nas taxas de diabetes no México levaram as autoridades mexiacanas a delcarem estado de emergência. Estima-se que in 2017 aproximadamente 13 milhôes ou 10% das pessoas no México tenham diabetes mellitus, sendo a diabetes tipo II a causa líder de morte e incapacidade associadas no referido país. Na verdade, se as taxas continuarem a aumentar dessa forma, um efeito adverso na redução da expetativa de vida do pais é esperado. O objetivo desse artigo é discutir a necessidade de expandir as politicas de saúde em relação à alimentação e consumo de calorias inúteis para combater a epidemia de diabetes no méxico, bem como discutir a importância do exercício, promocao de saúde e educação em saúde em relação  a doencas não comunicáveis, detecção de diabetes and cobertura de serviços de saúde.

Palavras-chave


México; Políticas de Saúde; Diabetes; Nutrição.

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Fator de Impacto ISI- International Scientific Indexing

JCR 0.852 (2017)/ JCR 1.021 (2018)

Qualis CAPES: B4

Índice H: 9,0

ISSN Online: 2179-0981 / ISSN Impresso: 2316-848X