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by Sharron Jenkins

ePub African American Health Disparities download
Sharron Jenkins
McGraw-Hill Primis Custom Publishing; 1 edition (March 20, 2003)
Schools & Teaching
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African Americans are at greater risk for nearly every leading cause of death in America, and science “still” cannot explain why. The purpose of this book is to help inform the African-American population of the health crisis that exists within their ethnic group and to increase their awareness of the unhealthy lifestyles that contribute to disease, particularly as it relates to obesity (diet & nutrition, physical activity) and stress. Part I of this book focuses on the 10 leading causes of health-related deaths among African Americans and the health disparities that exist between African Americans and the general American population. Part II of this text focuses on the relationship between obesity, stress, and health. While much attention has been given to making this information comprehensible and easy to read, a great deal of objective scientific information about disease prevention is provided. This is a text with a wealth of instructive, clear and "to the point" information about how to overcome obesity and stress; and how to live longer, healthier lives.