Diabetes News Hound reported on a study that found adults with diabetes that live in the U.S. but were born in another country are less likely than U.S. citizens to get the care recommended to help control the disease.
It found immigrants with diabetes were less likely to follow seven main recommendations from the American Diabetes Association (ADA). It also found that while immigrants are generally healthier than citizens born in the U.S., they tended to be less educated, have less money and more likely to lack health insurance or access to medical care.
Do you think this study’s findings are accurate? You can check out the article at Diabetes News Hound here.