What is san Juan basin health?
In the last few years, the health of the San Juan Basin has been called into question due to a growing number of chronic diseases, especially among the elderly. According to the state of California’s health care agency, San Juan Basin residents are more likely to be smokers and obese.
We’re not talking about a new disease called “disease X,” we’re talking about the health of the San Juan Basin as a whole. The fact that the San Juan Basin is now seeing an increase in obesity among the elderly is shocking, especially since it’s a relatively small part of the state that has seen an increase by a far wider margin than the California Health Department would suggest.
What problems do they face?
The problem is that obesity and smoking are two of the biggest risk factors for diabetes. A person who is overweight is more likely to develop diabetes. A person who smokes is more likely to become obese as well. Diabetes is a killer, and more than half of all deaths in the San Juan Basin are from diabetes.
Now, it’s true that more people are becoming obese and that there’s a higher percentage of smokers and ex-smokers. But the problem is that it’s a health problem with an awful name.
That’s true, its true. But the answer isn’t to simply make people more aware of their risk factors. Its a bit more complicated. Its actually a combination of the two. If you want to be proactive in preventing disease. You can do that by increasing the number of people who lead a healthy lifestyle. It also increases the number of places that are smoke-free, and increasing the number of people who are more active. You can do that without making people aware of those things.
What are the risk factors of this organization?
The only problem is that the way the world is organized today is such that people are generally not aware of the potential risks to them when they’re active. And the risk factors are so general that it can be hard to find a place that is smoke-free and has a lot of active people. I mean, most of the people who are smoking in San Juan Basin. They are probably doing it for the first time and are just starting to feel the effects of it.
The good news is that there are some areas that are just way too crowded for the current state of San Juan Basin to handle. And in addition to addressing the issue of smoking. There are some new regulations that will help. We recently had our first meeting with the San Juan Basin Board. The City Council, and the Health Department to discuss the proposed regulations that will require all homes in the basin to allow open fires.