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Coronary Heart Disease

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Coronary Heart Disease
A comparison: Costa Rica and United States
CHD Risk Factors
Elevated BMI #1 risk factor
United States
16.66% causation of death
Costa Rica
Costa Rica:
higher BMI (women)
cholesterol
saturated fats
siesta
A Comparison
Taylor Hemphill
Family History
Gender (male)
Inflammation
Hemostatic Abnormalities
Elevated Homocysteine
Smoking
High Cholesterol
High Blood Pressure
Physical Inactivity
Diabetes
Obesity
High Triglycerides
Alcohol Abuse
Physical Activity
Morris et al: OA decreases risk 1/3-3/4
Increased LTPA= Decreased CHD
Physical Activity leads to Physical Fitness
Mill's Canon:
Temporal Sequence
Strength of Association
Consistency
Biological Plausibility
Dose Response
Monge-Rojas et. al
TEENS
70% of teens
34.9% obese adults today
23.5% causation of death
Prevelance of Risk Factors in teens is #1 Risk Factor
32% adults obese
United States:
higher mortality rates
higher BMI (men)
total fat
animal fat
carbohyrdate
6. Rafael Monge-Rojas, Oscar Beita, Prevalence of coronary heart disease risk factors in Costa Rican adolescents, Journal of Adolescent Health, Volume 27, Issue 3; September 2000, Pages 210-217, ISSN 1054-139X, http://www.sciencedirect.com/
Self-Efficacy
Body Image

Rural Female
Young Teens
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