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Health Issues in Latino Males: A Social and Structural Approach
edited by Marilyn Aguirre-Molina, Luisa N. Borrell and William Vega
contributions by George Ayala, Marilyn Aguirre-Molina, RubTn Rumbaut, Clara Rodriguez, Olivia Carter-Pokras, Alexander Fischer, Gabriela Betancourt, M. Biggs, Claire Brindis, John Santelli, Lauren Ralph, Andres Gil, Valentine Villa, Nancy Harada, Anh-Luu Huynh-Hohnbaum, Laia BTcares, Sandra Echeverria, Ana Diez-Roux, Antonio Polo, Margarita Alegrfa, Russell Homan, Patricia Homan, Olveen Carrasquillo, Cynthia Alford, David Espino, Mariano Kanamori, William Vega, Luisa N. Borrell, Sandra Arévalo and Hortensia Amaro
foreword by David R. Williams
introduction by Miguel Muñoz-Laboy
Rutgers University Press, 2010
eISBN: 978-0-8135-7971-9 | Cloth: 978-0-8135-4603-2 | Paper: 978-0-8135-4604-9
Library of Congress Classification RA448.5.H57H393 2010
Dewey Decimal Classification 362.1089

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
It is estimated that more than 50 million Latinos live in the United States. This is projected to more than double by 2050. In Health Issues in Latino Males experts from public health, medicine, and sociology examine the issues affecting Latino men's health and recommend policies to overcome inequities and better serve this population. The book addresses sexual and reproductive health; alcohol, tobacco, and drug use; mental and physical health among those in the juvenile justice or prison systems; chronic diseases; HIV/AIDS; Alzheimer's and dementia; and health issues among war veterans. It discusses utilization, insurance coverage, and research programs, and includes an extensive appendix charting epidemiological data on Latino health.

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