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This discrepancy suggests members of the community may not fully understand the serious effects of hypertension. Information on animal health on the island was compiled from observations of physical exams by Dr. Gomez, which included exams of 31 dogs, 5 horses, 1 pig, and 1 cat, and responses to a questionnaire taken by 22 animal owners. Ninety percent of respondents reported their animals are allowed to roam freely, and 81 percent allow their animals to enter their homes.
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Management practices observed on the island could pose a threat to animal health and, indirectly, the health of their human owners. Christina Babu examines a young boy. Photo courtesy of Merrideth Holub members also used responses from a community based participatory research CBPR questionnaire to gather information on general household demographics, nutrition status, oral hygiene, human health, animal health, and environmental health.
Data from a sample of 50 human residents of Ometepe who visited Dr. Family histories indicated a prevalence of hypertension, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease. In addition, blood pressure measurements associated with prehypertension were observed in both male and female participants, and the average BMI was in the overweight range. Approximately one in four participants reported having joint or muscle pain.
The CBPR questionnaire, completed by 42 people, provided further insights on the status of public health on the island. Just over half of respondents reported losing a child. Of the 40 respondents who use water from a potable source, only two stated that they treat the water they collect.
Over half of the respondents reported they did not have good dental health, and the most prevalent reason given was lack of money. Similarly, over half of the participants indicated they did not have a nutritious diet, with finances again given as the main reason.
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The data gathered by the team shows a clear need for future work on Ometepe. For the students, being involved in a project that makes a positive impact in a community is its own reward. Students travel to Africa for study abroad Professors James Derr and Linda Logan led a group of 10 students on a unique study-abroad opportunity this summer. The group spent two weeks in South Africa immersed in the fields of pathology, applied physiology, infectious and parasitic diseases, pharmacology of game capture, and wildlife conservation.
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