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Velina B. Brackebusch

sport. Unfortunately it points to the decline in participation and the increase in noncommunicable diseases like cardiovascular disease and diabetes that can be reduced by regular physical activity. What I appreciated most is that the authors provide excellent case-study examples with marketing

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Ellen J. Staurowsky, Benjamin Koch, Grace Dury, and Cooper Hayes

documenting the disparate impact of the COVID-19 virus on communities of color ( Arora, 2020 ), vulnerable due to preexisting health concerns, such as heart disease and diabetes, there is virtually no conversation as of this writing about how these understandings translate into the conversations regarding the

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Travis R. Bell and Karen L. Hartman

responsibility, and provided several explanations for using it. She explained that her family doctor prescribed the drug for health issues including an irregular electrocardiogram (EKG) and indications of diabetes, and that she had taken it legally for 10 years. She also relayed her confusion due to the drug

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Mikihiro Sato, Jeremy S. Jordan, and Daniel C. Funk

The benefits of leisure-time physical activity to health have been acknowledged in the sport management literature (e.g.,  Berg, Warner, & Das, 2015 ; Eime et al., 2015 ). Physical activity lowers the risk of cardiovascular disease, Type 2 diabetes, hypertension, and breast and colon cancers and

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Jimmy Sanderson, Sarah Stokowski, and Elizabeth Taylor

. doi:10.1179/1935739715Z.00000000035 10.1179/1935739715Z.00000000035 Stefanik-Sidener , K. ( 2013 ). Nature, nurture, or the fast-food hamburger: Media framing of diabetes in the New York Times from 2000–2010 . Health Communication, 28 , 351 – 358 . PubMed ID: 22746222 doi:10