Food insecurity, diabetes, and perceived diabetes self-management among Latinos in California: Differences by nativity and duration of residence
- August 1, 2022
- Annie Ro, public health and CPIP, Preventive Medicine Reports, August 2022
Findings from a study led by recent PhD graduate and corresponding author Brandon Osborn and faculty mentor , suggest that food insecurity is an important factor that influences Type II Diabetes susceptibility for US-born Latinos and longer-stay Latino immigrants.
Brandon Osborn, Sandra S. Albrecht, Nancy L. Fleischer, Annie Ro. 2022. “Food insecurity, diabetes, and perceived diabetes self-management among Latinos in California: Differences by nativity and duration of residence.” Preventive Medicine Reports, 28. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pmedr.2022.101856.
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