SciTronics had net fixed assets of $ 18,000 and sales of $ 244,000 in 2008. Its fixed asset turnover ratio in 2008 was 13.6 times, a deterioration from 16.3 times in 2005. Leverage Ratios: How soundly is the company financed? 1. SciTronics’
Texas seems to be a big states based on its population compared to the USA’s a whole with the difference of 28, 785, 484. The population listed as white only is 44.5% over USA 63.0% which makes Texas a diverse place when it comes race. The number of person per square miles in Texas (96.3) is higher than USA as a whole (87.4) with a difference 8.7. Maryland Vs. Texas. Texas is a bigger state than Maryland with a population difference of 20,174, 640.
The median household income in 2009 was $59,901. Out of those over 25 years old, 82.8% have at least a high school diploma , 35% have a Bachelor’s degree, and 13.4% have a Graduate degree. Unemployment in 2010 was at 6.1%. The largest employer in San Diego County is the Department of Defense (City data website, 2013). Approximately 13% of San Diego County residents live below the poverty line.
The total market area includes another 215,000 persons. Medicare, Blue Cross/Blue Shield along with other traditional forms of health insurance, dominates the payor market. HMOâ€™s and PPOâ€™s make up less than five percent of the market. The total market area has 14.6% of the population over 65, which is higher than the national average. This number should help explain the importance of the Medicare market.
John Smith SZT1 Task 1 Community and Population Health SZT1 Task 1 Los Angeles County is a large community in Southern California, rich in diverse ethnicities and cultures. According to the US Census, there is an estimated population of over 9.8 million persons in 2010. (Los Angeles County QuckFacts from the US Census Bureau, 2013) Established in 1850, Los Angeles County is 4084 square miles and is home to more than 27 percent of all of California residents. (Los Angeles County-Government-About LA, n.d.) The diverse ethnic population of Los Angeles County is made up of 48.2% Hispanic, 27.3% White, 14.5% Asian, and 9.3% Black. (Los Angeles County QuckFacts from the US Census Bureau, 2013) The mean household income in Los Angeles County is $81,729.00 and median household income is $56,241.00 annually.
Diabetes Mellitus Christa Hackett SOC 313 Sabrina Geoffrion June 17, 2013 Diabetes Mellitus is a chronic, incurable condition of carbohydrate metabolism that involves an imbalance of the supply and demand for insulin; it is the most common of all endocrine conditions (Laffel & Wood, 2007; Olefsky, 2001). Diabetes is a common health condition that affects millions throughout the universe. Diabetes affects millions of people in different and diverse ethnic groups. In the United States diabetes is the sixth leading cause of death. Diabetes is a growing problem in the US and it is becoming an epidemic.
The median household income in the region is significantly higher than the national average, and is substantially higher in Suffolk County than Nassau County ($85,994 vs. $76,847). According to 2000 census Nassau County is the third richest county per capita in New York State, and the 10th richest in the nation. The region had a lower poverty rate (5.2%) than the U.S. as a whole (9.8%) and significantly more households making over $100,000 a year (38.3% vs. 18.9%), although there are still pockets of poverty and unemployment.
Obesity In a generation of super sized meals and Texas size portions, obesity is becoming a big American problem. Obesity is an excess amount of body fat that may affect the body in a negative way. It is also one of the leading causes of death in the United States. Obesity can lead to many health problems. Some health problems are cardiovascular disease which is disease of the hearth, sleep apnea, osteoarthritis’s, diabetes type 2 and certain types of cancer are caused by obesity.
In Washington state alone children age 2 -5 were 18.4% were overweight and 14.4% were considered obese. Obesity is a major risk factor for many serious health conditions including type 2 diabetes, stroke, heart disease, high blood pressure and certain cancers, and among youth these diseases are at an all-time high. The most striking fact to me is that during the past 40 years obesity rates for children age 3-11 nearly tripled from 5% to 14$ and more than tripled for adolescents age 12-19 n from 5% top 17.1%. Some of the causes as stated on the National Heart Lung and blood Institute were lack of exercise, oversize food portions, lack of access to healthy food, food advertising, and parents work schedules. Also some common factors such as genetics and cultural environment experts have agreed that are a cause of childhood obesity.
International Diabetes Federation was estimated that the impaired glucose tolerance was as high as diabetes in all regions. The costs of diabetes care are alarmingly high. The incidence of depression is higher in diabetics and diabetes is one of the risk factors for depression (Robbins et al, 2001; Paeratakul et al, 2002; Katon, 2010). The assessment of risk factors and signs and symptoms of complications of diabetes are very much needed. As well creating awareness regarding prevention of diabetes complication and self-care management is more important.