Assessment of Adults With Pediatric-Onset Disabilities With Regards To Early-Onset Noncommunicable Disease and Multimorbidities

Mayo Clinic Proceedings
27 Feb, 2020 ,

Daniel G. Whitney et.al. conducted a study to determine prevalence of major noncommunicable diseases in young adults with pediatric-onset disabilities and compared it in adults without pediatric onset disabilities. The researchers found that young adults with pediatric onset disabilities showed an early onset of several noncommunicable diseases. They were contributors to global and national burden of disease and mortality.

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