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Nevada has the fastest growing Filipino populations in the country, up by 142-percent in the last 10 years. The leading cause of death among Filipino-Americans is coronary heart disease, which led a UNLV School of Nursing professor to wonder why. We take a look at a new research that uses ballroom dancing to study the affects of physical activity on the hearts of Filipino Americans.
 
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Alona Angosta, Professor, UNLV School of Nursing
Rhigel "Jay" Tan, Professor of nursing, UNLV, and member, Nevada Board of Nursing

 

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