Doorway Thoughts: Cross-Cultural Health Care for Older Adults, Volume III addresses the told of religion in health care decision-making in America. This book focuses on how clinicians caring for older adults can develop an understanding of different religious groups to care for their patients effectively.Chapters in this volume address cross-cultural health care for older adults from varying religions, including American Indian, Traditions and Theologies, Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, and many more.Health. Risks. Consanguinity Marrying the offspring of a mothera#39;s brother or a fathera#39;s sister is an acceptable traditional practice, but marrying ... However, globalization and acculturation to American ways have had a strong influence on Hindu dietary habits. ... in pan or tambool that Hindus (especially married people) chew, are thought to be carmi- natives with antiflatulent and anti-inflammatory effects.
|Author||:||American Geriatrics Society|
|Publisher||:||Jones & Bartlett Learning - 2008-04-28|