Correlates of health promotion behaviors in low-income Black women and Latinas.

@article{SandersPhillips1996CorrelatesOH,
  title={Correlates of health promotion behaviors in low-income Black women and Latinas.},
  author={Kathy Sanders-Phillips},
  journal={American journal of preventive medicine},
  year={1996},
  volume={12 6},
  pages={450-8}
}
BACKGROUND Factors associated with practicing five health promotion behaviors (sleeping 7-8 hours per night, eating break-fast, exercising three times per week, and abstaining from alcohol and tobacco use) were identified in 243 low-income Black and Latina women whose children were enrolled in Head Start programs in South Central Los Angeles. METHODS Based on previous studies, interviews with community leaders and health personnel, and focus groups with community residents, I designed and… CONTINUE READING