Thursday, November 3, 2011

Coronary Heart Disease: A Burden for American Indians and Alaska Natives

 Heart disease and cancer are the leading causes of death for American Indians and Alaska Natives (AI/AN). A variety of health disparities affect AI/AN communities, including, disproportionately high prevalence for diabetes, suicide, teenage pregnancy, infant death, unintentional and motor vehicle injuries, chronic liver disease, cirrhosis, and coronary heart disease.>>Learn more

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  1. Could i state my own opinion with this?

    Cancer, Infant Death, Unintentional and Motor Vehicle injuries. This are one of those samples that I think are natural and could not be denied from truth.

    Heart Disease, Suicide, Teenage Pregnancy, Chronic Liver Disease, Cirrhosis and Coronary Hearth disease. This are just a sample of the product of being carelessness and laziness. Just think heart disease who needs blood pressure gauge to monitor their heart regularly is not of that issue if a person exercise regularly, eat sufficient food and sleep well. disregarding the fact that you need one of those is needed could surely get you in trouble.

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