Table 21.3The Relation between CVD, Risk Factors, Behaviors, and Determinants

Disease or disorderRisk factorsBehaviorsDeterminants
Cardiovascular disease (stroke, ischemic heart disease, peripheral vascular disease)TobaccoSmoking tobaccoPsychosocial
Chewing tobaccoEducational
AlcoholAlcohol misuseEnvironmental
FoodFood consumptionEconomic
eating
cookingCommercial
purchasingAdvertising
HypertensionSalt useMarketing
Health care–seeking behaviorFood labeling
Medication compliance behavior
ObesitySedentary behavior
Lack of physical activity

Source: Reddy 2004.

From: Chapter 21, Cardiovascular Disease

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