High Blood Pressure Among African Americans Not Genetic

Tagged:  

HYPERTENSION
AFRICAN Americans
DISEASE susceptibility
EPIDEMIOLOGY
PUBLIC health
Geographic Terms:UNITED States

Abstract:Reports on a new study conducted by researchers at the Loyola University's Strich School of Medicine, which revealed that genetics may not explain the increased incidence of high blood pressure in black Americans. Susceptibility of black Americans to high blood pressure; Comparison of blood pressure readings from black populations in the U.S., Nigeria and Jamaica; Factors linked to high blood pressure among black Americans.

Share this with your friends
AttachmentSize
High Blood Pressure Among African Americans Not Genetic.pdf542.38 KB