Disease In Bulgaria Essay

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Social Factors that Contribute to Diseases

The highest contributor to early mortality and disease in Bulgaria is cardiovascular disease. There are several social factors that make cardiovascular disease prevalent in the country. In the broad-spectrum of the disease, the spread of poor cardiovascular health is due to the living standards and lifestyles of Bulgarians. A typical nutrition pattern for a Bulgarian has a direct correlation with their long term health. The foods that are associated with their nutrition are foods such high quantity of salty foods and foods that are full of fat. Bulgarian 's lifestyles tend to lack physical activity (Rangelova, 2006). The combination of the nutritional patterns and lifestyle have a dramatic impact on a
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