A qualitative study of factors related to cardiometabolic risk in rural men.Morgan, Emily H.
Graham, Meredith L.
Folta, Sara C.
Seguin, Rebecca A.
Background: Rural men are known to have poor health behaviors, which contribute to their elevated burden of cardiometabolic disorders in the United States. Although regular physical activity, healthy eating, and avoiding tobacco can reduce cardiometabolic risk, little is known about how to engage rural men in health promotion programs. To... read more
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- Morgan, Emily, Meredith L. Graham, Sara C. Folta, and Rebecca A. Seguin. "A qualitative study of factors related to cardiometabolic risk in rural men." BMC Public Health 16, no. 1 (12, 2016): 1-10.