Communication With American Indians and Alaska Natives About Cardiovascular Disease
ORIGINAL RESEARCH — Volume 17 — December 17, 2020
Information sources used by American Indians and Alaska Natives (N = 220) to learn about cardiovascular disease.
|Internet (not social media)||67|
|Friends and relatives||63|
|Health professional (not doctor)||60|
Comparison of agreement among American Indians and Alaska Natives that cardiovascular disease is a larger problem for them than for Americans in general, by respondent characteristics. Abbreviations: AI/ANs, American Indians/Alaska Natives; HS, high school.
|Characteristic||More Agreement That Heart Disease Is a Large Problem for AI/ANs than Americans in General||Same Agreement That Heart Disease Is a Large Problem for Both AI/ANs and Americans in General||More Agreement That Heart Disease Is a Larger Problem for Americans in General than AI/ANs|
|<High school graduate||43||46||11|
|High school graduate||15||67||18|
|Rural area or town||11||75||15|
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