Rate of Diabetes Rising in New York City

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New York City Health Commissioner Thomas Farley came out with some alarming news on Wednesday about the city’s growing problem with Type II Diabetes, according to an article from July 31, 2013 by Erin Billups on New York One. The article is entitled “City Health Commissioner Links Diabetes Growth to Obesity.” He released statistics showing that the number of New Yorkers who are affected by the disease rose by one-third from between 2002 and 2012, and that obesity is the factor to blame for the increase.

According to the article, the number of New York City residents affected by Type 2 Diabetes was 670,000 in 2012, an increase of 200,000 from the number who were suffering from the disease ten years earlier. It also says that the number of New Yorkers who are affected by the condition is 10.7 percent of the population, which is above the national rate of about 9.5 percent. Farley also discussed the recent court decision that halted the efforts by the city government to limit soft drink sizes and said that it would be appealed. He argued that the regulations on soft drinks do reduce the amount that people consume, and that it could reduce the amount of weight gain in the city annually by about one third.

The comments by the New York City Health Commissioner are another example of the recognition that the problem of obesity and its related conditions has been receiving recently. It comes only a few weeks after the American Medical Association (AMA) decided that it would recognize obesity as a disease, in a decision that was not without its share of controversy. Still, any awareness of this growing problem is undoubtedly a good thing if it can persuade people to seek options for weight loss.

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