Diabetes Data-related Links in Minnesota and Nationally


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  • Minnesota Department of Health.
    • Minnesota Health Statistics Annual Summary (Minnesota Department of Health). Includes information on diabetes as a cause of death in Minnesota.

    • Minnesota County Health Tables. A compilation of public health data for the State of Minnesota and its 87 counties, including diabetes deaths and diabetes-related hospitalizations among Medicare beneficiaries. /divs/chs/countytables/profiles2002/morb.htm
    • Eliminating Health Disparities in Diabetes. Information on disparities in the burden of diabetes in Minnesota, along with strategies and resources to address the disparities. Appendix to the MDH Eliminating Health Disparities (EHDI) RFP. (pp. 16-21)
    • Eliminating Health Disparities: Diabetes (Minnesota Department of Health). Fact Sheet containing information on disparities in the burden of diabetes in Minnesota along with strategies and resources to address the disparities.

    • Bender AP, et al. Incidence, prevalence and mortality of diabetes mellitus in Wadena, Marshall, and Grand Rapids, Minnesota: The Three-City Study. Diabetes Care 1986 9(4). [Abstract].

    • LR French, et al. Population-based study of impaired glucose tolerance and type II diabetes in Wadena, Minnesota. Diabetes 1990 39: 1131-1137. [Abstract].

    • Block, D., A. Kinney, L. Sundberg, J. Peterson, G. Kelly & Bridge to Health Collaborative (2000). Bridge to Health Survey 2000: Northeastern Minnesota and Northwestern Wisconsin regional health status survey, Duluth, MN, Community Health Department, St. Mary's/Duluth Clinic Health System, November 2000. This report is not yet available on the web. To order copies ($25) contact: Community Health Department, St. Mary’s/Duluth Clinic Health System, 407 E 3rd St, Duluth, MN, 55805, (281) 786-2382, jpeterson@smdc.org.
  • Mayo Clinic and Mayo Foundation.
    PJ Palumbo, et al. Diabetes mellitus: incidence, prevalence, survivorship, and causes of death in Rochester, Minnesota, 1945-1970. Diabetes 1976 25: 566-573. [Abstract].

  • Survey of the Health of Adults, the Population and the Environment (SHAPE).
    Diabetes prevalence and risk factors in 19 geographic regions of Hennepin County; includes data by race & ethnicity.
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  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
    • 1999 Diabetes Surveillance Report. Detailed statistics on the public health burden of diabetes, prevalence and incidence, mortality, use of health care services, cardiovascular disease, lower extremity amputations, diabetic ketoacidosis, end-stage renal disease, disability, preventive care practices and costs of diabetes in the U.S.

    • Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance Survey (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention). Data on diabetes prevalence and risk factors by state, year, gender, age, race, income and education available via interactive web queries.

    • Harris MI, et al. Prevalence of Diabetes, Impaired Fasting Glucose, and Impaired Glucose Tolerance in U.S. Adults: Third National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 1998-1994. Diabetes Care 21(4):518-524, 1998.

    • Current Estimates From the National Health Interview Survey, 1996 (Tables 57-66, beginning on p. 91)). Most recent prevalence and numbers with diabetes by age (including under 18 years), sex, race, family income, geographic region and place of residence. http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/series/sr_10/sr10_200.pdf
    • Mokdad AH, et al. Diabetes Trends in the U.S.: 1990-1998. Diabetes Care 23(9):1278-1283, 2000. http://care.diabetesjournals.org/cgi/reprint/23/9/1278.pdf
    • Boyle JP, et al. Projection of the Diabetes Burden Through 2050: Impact of changing demography and disease prevalence in the U.S. Diabetes Care 24(11):1936-1940, 2001 [abstract only].

    • Mokdad AH, et al. The continuing epidemics of obesity and diabetes in the United States. Journal of the American Medical Association. 286(10):1195-1200, September 12, 2001.
  • National Institute of Diabetes & Digestive & Kidney Diseases.
    Diabetes Statistics. Facts sheets on diabetes among African Americans, American Indians & Alaska Natives, Asian & Pacific Islander Americans, Hispanic Americans, diabetes statistics in Spanish, and links to other organizations that provide statistics for diabetes.

  • U.S. Renal Data System.
    Annual Data Report/Atlas. National end-stage renal disease data, including patient and health care provider characteristics, prevalence and incidence of ESRD, treatment modalities, clinical indicators, morbidity and hospitalization, pediatric ESRD, transplantation, survival, mortality, causes of death, cardiovascular disease, preventive care, economic costs and international comparisons.
  • Diabetes in America, 2nd Edition. 733-page compilation and assessment of epidemiologic, public health, and clinical data on diabetes and its complications in the United States.

  • Seattle-King County Department of Public Health.
    King County Ethnicity and Health Survey. Prevalence of diabetes and its risk factors among King County adult residents (age 18 and older) of African American, Latino/Hispanic, Chinese, Filipino, Japanese, Korean, and Vietnamese heritage.

  • Indian Health Service, National Diabetes Program.
    Reference for information on diabetes. Links to published articles on diabetes among American Indians. http://www.ihs.gov/MedicalPrograms/Diabetes/NDPreferences.asp
  • World Health Organization.
    Databases. Population characteristics, diabetes prevalence and prevalence of impaired glucose tolerance for African and Asian, American, European and Pacific study populations.

  • International Diabetes Federation.
    Diabetes Atlas. Information on diabetes prevalence and costs.

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