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A culturally sensitive discussion of health care for African-American families, this guide presents real-life situations that make information come alive. Includes information on the diseases that affect African Americans specifically and explores nutrition, children's health, spirituality, and minority health resources.
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George Edmond Smith, M.D., is a board-certified family physician and the author of Weight Loss for African American Women and More Than Sex. He lives in Lake Charles, Louisiana.From Library Journal:
Smith, a family practice physician, offers a complete healthcare manual for African Americans, detailing common diseases and illnesses such as cancer, respiratory ailments, headache, HIV/AIDS, and much more. He includes what to expect at the doctor's office, diagnosis, symptoms, and practical suggestions for preventive lifestyle changes.
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