Here are some pictures of our last Golf Tournament! We had a awesome turn out and really enjoyed our teams. Thank you to all that came out and supported our Foundation. We really appreciate all of you and our sponsors!
We are very excited to announce that we will be hosting our 7th Annual Golf Tournament. Come out and enjoy some fresh air and great cause. Get your teams together for a 4 man scramble and mulligans are available for sale. We will also have raffles and door prizes. Lunch will be provided by Subway at 12:30 and dinner will be served at the end of the day. Tee time is at 1:30. Make plans and we will see you there. Please save the date!
Using data from 2015 to 2018, 47.3% of US adults had hypertension. • In 2018, there were 95,876 deaths primarily attributable to HBP. • In 2018, the age-adjusted death rate primarily attributable to HBP was 24.0 per 100,000.
Using data from 2013-2016, an estimated 26 million, or 9.8%, of American adults had diagnosed diabetes. The race and gender breakdown were: o 9.4% of NH White males o 7.3% of NH White females o 14.7% of NH Black males o 13.4% of NH Black females o 15.1% of Hispanic males o 14.1% of Hispanic females o 12.8% of NH Asian males o 9.9% of NH Asian females • Using data from 2013-2016, an estimated 9.4 million, or 3.7%, of American adults had undiagnosed diabetes. Additionally, about 91.8 million, or 37.6%, of American adults had prediabetes. • In 2018, 84,946 US deaths were attributed to diabetes. • In 2019, an estimated 1.6 million deaths were attributed to diabetes globally. This represents an age-standardized mortality rate of 19.5 per 100,000.
• In the US, the prevalence of obesity among adults increased from 1999 to 2000 through 2017 to 2018 from 30.5% to 42.4%. • In the US between 2015 and 2018, the prevalence of overweight and obesity among children and adolescents age 2-19 years, was 35.4% (16.4% were overweight and 19.0% were obese). • According to 2015 to 2016 data, the prevalence of obesity for children aged 2 to 5 years was 13.9 %; for children aged 6 to 11 years, prevalence was 18.4%; and for adolescents aged 12 to 19 years, prevalence was 20.6 %. • Worldwide, between 1980 and 2013, the proportion of overweight or obese adults increased from 28.8% to 36.9% among males and from 29.8% to 38.0% among females. • According to the Global Burden of Disease 2019 study, age-standardized mortality rates attributable to high BMI are generally lower in high-income Asia Pacific, Western Europe, East Asia, Australasia, and South Asia.
Between 2003 to 2004 and 2015 to 2016 in the United States, the mean AHA healthy diet score improved in adults. The prevalence of a poor diet improved from 56.0% to 47.8% for the primary score and 43.7% to 36.4% for the secondary score. o Changes in score were largely attributable to increased consumption of whole grains and nuts, seeds, and legumes and decreased consumption of SSBs. No significant changes were observed for consumption of total fruits and vegetables, fish and shellfish, sodium, processed meat, and saturated fat. • Similar changes in AHA healthy diet scores between 2003 to 2004 and 2015 to 2016 were seen in minority groups and those with lower income or education, although significant disparities persisted. The proportion with a poor diet decreased from 64.7% to 58.3% for NH Black individuals, from 66.0% to 57.5% for Mexican American individuals, and from 54.0% to 45.9% for NH White individuals. The proportion with a poor diet (<40% adherence) decreased from 50.7% to 38.8% in adults with income-to-poverty ratio ≥3.0, but only from 67.7% to 59.7% in adults with income-to-poverty ratio <1.3. Overweight/Obesity • In the US, the prevalence of obesity among adults increased from 1999 to 2000,
In 2018, 25.4% of adults did not engage in leisure-time physical activity. • In 2018, the overall prevalence of meeting the 2018 Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans for both aerobic and muscle-strengthening guidelines was 24.0% in adults (NH White, 25.7%; NH Black 19.9%; Hispanic or Latino, 21.4%; Asian 22.9%; American Indian/Alaska Native, 19.1%. • Among students in grades 9-12 in 2017, only about 26.1% met the AHA recommendation of 60 minutes of exercise every day. More high school boys than girls reported having been physically active at least 60 minutes per day on all 7 days.
In 2018, any-mention sudden cardiac arrest mortality in the US was 393,872. • According to 2019 data, the majority of Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrests (OHCA) occur at a home or residence (70.0%). Public settings (18.8%) and nursing homes (11.2%) were the second and third most common locations of OHCA. • According to 2019 data, OHCA was witnessed by a layperson in 38.3% of cases and by an EMS provider in 12.7% of cases.
In 2018, stroke accounted for about 1 of every 19 deaths in the US. • On average in 2016, someone died of stroke every 3 minutes 33 seconds. • When considered separately from other CVD, stroke ranks No. 5 among all causes of death in the US, causing 147,810 deaths in 2018. • In 2018, the age-adjusted stroke death rate was 37.1 per 100,000, a decrease of 11.9% from 2008, whereas the actual number of stroke deaths increased 10.2% during the same time period. • According to data from 2005, stroke was a leading cause of serious long-term disability in the US. Approximately 3% of males and 2% of females reported that they were disabled because of stroke. • In 2019, there were 6.6 million deaths attributable to cerebrovascular disease worldwide (3.3 million deaths from ischemic stroke, 2.9 million deaths from intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH), and 0.4 from subarachnoid hemorrhage). o Several countries in Eastern Europe, Central and Southeast Asia, and Oceania have the highest rates of stroke mortality. o Countries in Eastern Europe and Central Asia have among the highest mortality rates attributable to ischemic stroke. o ICH mortality is highest in Oceania, Central Asia, Southeast Asia, and parts of sub-Saharan Africa. o Mortality attributable to SAH is highest in parts of Asia.
Heart Disease remains the No. 1 cause of death in the US, according to 2018 data. • CHD accounted for approximately 13% of deaths in the US in 2018, causing 365,744 deaths. • According to data from 2005 to 2014, the estimated annual incidence of heart attack in the US was 605,000 new attacks and 200,000 recurrent attacks. Average age at the first heart attack was 65.6 years for males and 72.0 years for females. • Approximately every 39 seconds, an American will have a heart attack. • From 2008 to 2018, the annual death rate attributable to CHD declined 27.9% and the actual number of deaths declined 9.8%, but the burden and risk factors remain alarmingly high. • The estimated direct and indirect cost of heart disease in 2016 to 2017 (average annual) was $219.6 billion. • Heart attacks ($12.1 billion) and CHD ($9.0 billion) were 2 of the 10 most expensive conditions treated in US hospitals in 2013.