Race, Gender, and Health: How Men of Color Engage in Public Health Programming.

Wiebe, Charles.

2015

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  • Studies suggest that men have poorer health across a range of indicators as compared with women, with men of color experiencing an even more disproportionate burden, particularly related to cardiovascular disease (CVD). The four largest biological risk factors for CVD in men of color are hypertension, chronic kidney disease, obesity, and low levels of HDL ("good" cholesterol). In addition, men of ... read more
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