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Obesity & Diabetes in Fairfield County
Transcript of Obesity & Diabetes in Fairfield County
Kenzie Van Ostran, Madi Fowler, Marissa Brooks, Carlie Torrens
To educate the public on our findings
To gain research skills
To find how obesity and diabetes impacted our county
To learn prevalence and incidence
Fairfield County has a large population and more fast food restaurants, therefore they have a higher obese population compared to Perry, Licking, and Franklin County.
Our hypothesis was wrong.
The data we collected showed that Fairfield County had the lowest obesity rate compared to the other 3 counties
Males are more obese than females.
Comparing each of the counties, Franklin had the most with 730.
A survey from 2011 shows that people making an annual income of $90,000 and above were less likely to be obese.
Factors We Looked Into
Prevalence and Incidence
: 28.2 out of 100
out of the total population of
: 10.4 out of 100
15,482 out of the total population of 148,867
68% of adults in Fairfield county are obese or overweight.
African Americans: 5.9%
Native Americans: 0.2%
Number of Restaurants
Prevalence/ Incidence Formulas
Total Diagnosed / Total Population
# of New Cases / (Total Population - Known Cases prior to the time period)
: Could not find new cases diagnosed because of the information available to us.