INTRODUCTION African American households watch more television than the average American household75 hours per week versus 52 hours per weekand are more likely to watch shows with predominantly African American characters. 1 African Americans also have a higher prevalence of obesity than the general American population (27% vs 19%). 2 Television watching has been previously linked to the development of obesity. 3 6 Televised images of products such as alcohol 7 and tobacco 8 have increased the use of these items, despite their adverse health effects. Despite advertisers and network executives advance knowledge of television content, no public studies have examined the healthrelated content of television aimed . . . Full Text METHODS RESULTS DISCUSSION
American Journal of Public Health – American Public Health Association
Published: Mar 1, 2003
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