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This seminal work on heart disease in the African American community is updated with the latest information on nutrition and dietary guidelines, heart surgery, and medication in this revised edition. As important today as it was when originally published five years ago, this informative guide provides African Americans with the most cutting-edge information on cardiovascular disease, blood lipids, and strokes, the most current and successful medications and therapies on the market, and recent developments in understanding the role that spirituality plays in recovery. Preventative techniques that address the social and cultural dynamics that affect the health of African Americans are discussed, and more than 50 heart-healthy soul food recipes are included to ensure that African Americans get--and stay--on the healthy track.
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Hilton M. Hudson II, MD, FACS, FCCP, is a cardiothoracic surgeon at the University of Chicago Hospital, the president and cofounder of Hilton Publishing Company, Inc., and the chairman of the board of the Health Literacy Foundation. He is the coauthor of "High Blood Pressure: The Black Man and Woman's Guide to Living with Hypertension," He lives in Chicago. Herbert Stern, PhD, is a professor emeritus of English at Wabash College. He is a cofounder of Hilton Publishing Company. He lives in Somerville, Massachusetts.
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