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Percentage diagnosed diabetes among those who served in the U.S. military in 2013-2014, by ethnicity

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Diagnosed diabetes among those who served in the U.S. military 2013-2014 by ethnicity This statistic shows the percentage of those who served in the U.S. military who reported being told by a health professional that they had diabetes, in 2013-2014, by ethnicity. It was found that 14.9 percent of Hispanic Americans who served in the military reported being diagnosed with diabetes, compared to 13.8 percent of Hispanics who had not served.
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This statistic shows the percentage of those who served in the U.S. military who reported being told by a health professional that they had diabetes, in 2013-2014, by ethnicity. It was found that 14.9 percent of Hispanic Americans who served in the military reported being diagnosed with diabetes, compared to 13.8 percent of Hispanics who had not served.
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Release date
November 2016
Region
United States
Survey time period
2013 and 2014
Supplementary notes
Data do not distinguish between those currently serving and those who have been discharged, the nature of discharges, involvement in active combat, or the era in which one served.
Figures represent adults who self-report being told by a health professional that they have diabetes (excludes pre-diabetes and gestational diabetes).

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