Alzheimer In Hispanic s In Massachusetts Over the General Population. BY: Emanuelly Ribeiro and Thy Pham.
Alzheimer In Hispanics In Massachusetts Over the General Population
BY: Emanuelly Ribeiro and Thy Pham
A disease first discovered by Dr. Alois Alzheimer in 1906. Alzheimer is a progressive neurotic disease that steadily destroys the brain ability to think or memorize. It can also effect behavioral changes and language skills.
Comparison between a normal brain and a brain with Alzheimer.
Early: Typical memory lost.
Mild: Distinctive changes in cognitive skills and personality changes.
Moderate: Poor impulsive behavior, increase in hallucinations and paranoia
Severe: Body and brain gradually shuts down; patient becomes dependent on another individual.
Disparity In Hispanics With Alzheimer's
Proportion of people in Massachusetts With Alzheimer's from the ages of 65 to 85+ in different races (%)
Graph found on : 2013 Alzheimer's Disease Facts and Figures - Alzheimer's Association
Graph of people in Massachusetts with Alzheimer's (%)
2013 Alzheimer's Disease Facts and Figures - Alzheimer's Association
Growing population of Hispanics in Massachusetts
News about Alzheimer's disparities in Massachusetts
Disparity of diabetes and there socioeconomics status in Massachusetts
Hispanics Income Over The General population
Health Insurance rate and doctor visits Disparity in Massachusetts
Graph of adults in the Massachusetts not getting care because of cost
Graph of race more uninsured in Massachusetts (%)
The Hispanics population is about 8% in Massachusetts
Done from Salem Massachusetts about Boston