|Genres||Family Short Sport Western|
|Writers||Jim Cosgrove (writer)
|Cast||Richard Luttrell Wes Studi Casey Camp-Horinek Ellen McQuaid|
|Plot||U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and CDC have unveiled a dramatic short video to urge American Indians and Alaska Natives to eat healthy and be active to prevent type 2 diabetes. The video features American Indian actor, Wes Studi, known for his roles in popular films such as Avatar, Last of the Mohicans, Geronimo, Heat, and Dances with Wolves who explains how Native people remain at the highest risk from diabetes. Shot on-location in the heart of Cherokee Nation in Eastern Oklahoma, the video features Studi on horseback with actor-athletes from the tribal nations playing traditional stickball games in modern and period costume and eating healthy traditional foods to encourage viewers to harvest local foods and enjoy regular physical activity to prevent diabetes.... search for Our Cultures Are Our Source of Health on IMDb|
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