Health-promoting lifestyles of English-speaking and Spanish-speaking Mexican-American migrant farm workers.

@article{Kerr1990HealthpromotingLO,
  title={Health-promoting lifestyles of English-speaking and Spanish-speaking Mexican-American migrant farm workers.},
  author={Madeleine J. Kerr and D A Ritchey},
  journal={Public health nursing},
  year={1990},
  volume={7 2},
  pages={80-7}
}
This study was conducted with 62 Mexican-American migrant farm workers at four different sites in northern Illinois. An established English and a newly developed pilot Spanish version of the health-promoting lifestyle profile was used. The concept of health-promoting lifestyle appeared to be culturally relevant to study participants. English-speaking migrant workers scored significantly lower than Spanish-speaking workers on the dimensions of self-actualization, exercise, and stress management… CONTINUE READING

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