Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Patricia Stuart-Macadam and Susan Kent, editors.|
|Series||Foundations of human behavior|
|Contributions||Stuart-Macadam, Patricia, 1951-, Kent, Susan, 1952-|
|LC Classifications||RA645.I75 D54 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 285 p. :|
|Number of Pages||285|
|LC Control Number||92011086|
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Resulting from a symposium held in November at the Smithsonian Institution and sponsored by the Office of Quincentenary Programs of the National Museum of Natural History, this volume brings together diverse viewpoints of leading international anthropologists and demographers on the patterns of populations and disease in the Americas both before and after two books, Diet, Demography and Disease: Changing perspectives on anemia () with S. Kent, and Breast-feeding: Biocultural perspectives (), with K. Dettwyler. Get this from a library! Disease and demography in the Americas. [John W Verano; Douglas H Ubelaker; National Museum of Natural History (U.S.);] -- "This landmark book brings together diverse viewpoints of leading international anthropologists and demographers on the patterns of populations and disease in the Americas both before and after. economies are facing the problem of rising levels of obesity and diet related disease (heart disease, type 2 diabetes, cancer, high blood pressure and osteoarthritis). This is largely due to changes in patterns of consumption and the type of food .
Epidemiology. Dental caries is the most common dental disease in the United States and is the primary cause of tooth loss through young adulthood: by the average American has lost five teeth and has 11 more attacked by caries /.. The most widely used measure of dental caries is the DMF index, which is usually expressed as the total number of decayed (D), . Book Review Diet, Demography, and Disease: Changing Perspectives on Anemia Edited by Patricia Stuart June New England Journal of Medicine Kenneth Bridges. However, evidence suggests that a high-fat diet may be related to the development of the disease (Eriksson and Lingärde, ; Marshall et al., ). Few data are available for Native Americans linking dietary factors with the development of NIDDM, except for one study of the Pima Indians that found a possible association with a high-calorie. Health demography is a subdiscipline within the field of demography that involves the application of the content and methods of demography to the study of health and healthcare. It focuses on the application of demographic concepts and methods to the understanding and solution of concrete problems in healthcare and it informs health policy.