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  • sandale111@bellsouth.net sandale111 Jan 18, 2013 3:23 PM Flag

    No GED

    "recent study that involved 200 Dutch patients (Diabetes Care. 2006; 29:786-791) showed that the
    prevalence of diabetes was 14.5% among those with severe mental illness compared with 1.5% in the general population"

    Rodentess, you claimed that MOST people in psychiatric hospitals have diabetes. 14.5 percent is not "most".

    NO GED FOR YOU!

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    • vermit presents: "prevalence of diabetes was 14.5% among those with severe mental illness compared with 1.5% in the general population"

      then repeats my claim, "you claimed that MOST people in psychiatric hospitals have diabetes. 14.5 percent is not "most"."

      Then screams: NO GED FOR YOU!

      When the one who flunked his GED today was vermit. Hint hint vermit, my statement referred to people "In psychiatric hospitals".

      Your statement was referred to people in total.

      Not the same.

      Try again.

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      • sandale111@bellsouth.net sandale111 Jan 19, 2013 12:57 PM Flag

        rodentess cites study saying: "prevalence of diabetes was 14.5% among those with severe mental illness compared with 1.5% in the general population"

        Me "you [had previously] claimed that MOST people in psychiatric hospitals have diabetes. 14.5 percent is not "most"."

        "When the one who flunked his GED today was vermit. Hint hint vermit, my statement referred to people 'In psychiatric hospitals'. Your statement was referred to people in total. "

        Rodentess you originally claimed that most people in mental hospitals have diabetes. I asked you for a source for your claim that most people in mental hospitals have diabetes. You then gave me a reference regarding people with "severe mental illness"--YOU were uing the terms "in mental hospitals" and "with severe mental illness" interchangeably. When I did not quiblle about the distyinction, you lectured ME that the two things YOU had used interchangeably could not be used interchangeably.

        So now we are back to the beginning. Rodentess, I want a source for your claim that most people in mental hospitals have diabetes.

 
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