E&D Online Vol. 16, No.1 Winter 2006

 

FOCUS: MENTAL HEALTH


ORIGINAL REPORTS: MENTAL HEALTH

Factorial Validity and Invariance of the Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression (CES-D) Scale in a Sample of Black and White Adolescent Girls
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Derek P. Hales, PhD; Rod K. Dishman, PhD; Robert W. Motl, PhD; Cheryl L. Addy, PhD; Karin A. Pfeiffer, PhD; Russell R. Pate, PhD
Apolipoprotein E and Cognition in Community-Based Samples of African Americans and Caucasians
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Amy R. Borenstein, PhD; James A. Mortimer, PhD; Yougui Wu, PhD; Fern M. Jureidini-Webb, PhD; M. Daniele Fallin, PhD; Brent J. Small, PhD; Michael Mullan, MD, PhD; Fiona C. Crawford, PhD
Sleep Disturbance Mediates the Relationship between Perceived Racism and Depressive Symptoms
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Patrick R. Steffen, PhD; Matthew Bowden, BS
Anxiety in Persons 75 and Older: Findings from a Tri-Ethnic Population
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Glenn V. Ostir, PhD; James S. Goodwin, MD
Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Medical History Taking: Detecting Substance Use Among Low-Income Pregnant Women
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Bonnie D. Kerker, PhD; John M. Leventhal, MD; Mark Schlesinger, PhD; Sarah M. Horwitz, PhD
Beliefs and Attitudes Regarding Smoking Cessation Among American Indians: a Pilot Study
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Won S. Choi, PhD; Christine Makosky Daley, PhD; Aimee James, PhD; Janet Thomas, PhD; Ryan Schupbach, PharmD, BCPS; Marcia Segraves, BS, CADCI; Randall Barnoskie, MPH; Jasjit S. Ahluwalia, MD
Gender Differences in Depression and Smoking Among Youth in Cape Town, South Africa
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Anita F. Fernander, PhD; Alan J. Flisher, PhD, FC Psych; Gary King, PhD; Farzad Noubary, BS; Carl Lombard, PhD; Mystique Price, BS; Derek Chalton, PhD


ORIGINAL REPORTS: CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE AND RISK FACTORS

Role of Thiazolidinediones in the Management of Type 2 Diabetes: Focus on Ethnic Minority Populations
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Guillermo Umpierrez, MD; Samuel Dagogo-Jack, MD
Comparative Frequency of Angiographic Coronary Artery Disease in African Americans and Hispanics
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Anekwe E. Onwuanyi, MD; Oluwole Abe, MD; Alexander Quarshie, MD, MS; Ahmad Al-Mahmoud, PhD;Rigobert Lapu-Bula, MD, PhD; Charles K. Francis, MD; Elizabeth Ofili, MD, MPH
Effects of Stressful Life Events in Young Black Men with High Blood Pressure
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Hae-Ra Han, PhD, RN; Miyong T. Kim, PhD, RN; Linda Rose, PhD, RN; Cheryl Dennison, PhD, RN; Lee Bone, MPH, RN; Martha N. Hill, PhD, RN
Self-Reported Hypertension and Race Among Hispanics in the National Health Interview Survey
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Luisa N. Borrell, DDS, PhD
Does Weight Status Influence Perceptions of Physical Activity Barriers AmongAfrican-American Women?
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Jeanine M. Genkinger, PhD, MHS; Megan L. Jehn, PhD, MHS; Marcella Sapun, MS; Iris Mabry, MD, MPH; Deborah Rohm Young, PhD
Racial and Ethnic Differences in Premature Heart Disease Deaths in New Mexico: What Is the Role of Diabetes?
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Heidi R. Krapfl, MS; Dorothy M. Gohdes, MD; Janet B. Croft, PhD
Fruit and Vegetable Consumption of Older Mexican-American Women is Associated with Their Acculturation Level
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Karen Y. Gregory Mercado, PhD, MPH; Lisa K. Staten, PhD; James Ranger-Moore, PhD; Cynthia A. Thomson, PhD, RD, FADA; Julie C. Will, PhD; Earl S. Ford, MD, MPH; Jose Guillen; Linda K. Larkey, PhD; Anna R. Giuliano, PhD; James Marshall, PhD
Study Design of the Multicultural Community Health Assessment Trial (M-CHAT): A Comparison of Body Fat Distribution in Four Distinct Populations
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Scott A. Lear, PhD; C. Laird Birmingham, MD; Arun Chockalingam, PhD; Karin H. Humphries, PhD
Social Correlates of the Chronic Stress of Perceived Racism Among Black Women
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Anissa I. Vines, PhD; Donna D. Baird, PhD; Maya McNeilly, PhD; Irva Hertz-Picciotto, PhD; Kathleen C. Light, PhD; June Stevens, PhD
Black Racial Identity as a Mediator of Cardiovascular Reactivity to Racism in African-American College Students
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Vernessa R. Clark, PhD; Renia E. B. Cobb, PsyD; Reginald Hopkins, PhD; Christine E. Smith, PhD
Behavioral Risk Profiles for Coronary Heart Disease Among Apparently Healthy Individuals of African Ancestry
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Errol E. Davis, PhD, CNS; Fatma G. Huffman, PhD, RD
Aerobic Fitness Among Caucasian, African-American, and Latino Youth
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Gabriel Q. Shaibi, BA; Geoff D. C. Ball, PhD; Michael I. Goran, PhD
Disparities in Diabetes-Related Hospitalizations: Relationship of Age, Sex, and Race/Ethnicity with Hospital Discharges, Lengths of Stay, and Direct Inpatient Charges
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Curtiss B. Cook, MD; Dorothy B. Naylor, MN; Joseph G. Hentz, MS; William J. Miller, PhD; Circe Tsui, BBA; David C. Ziemer, MD; Lance A. Waller, PhD


ORIGINAL REPORTS: CHRONIC DISEASE MANAGEMENT AND PREVENTION

Quality Improvement for Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease and Stroke in an Academic Family Medicine Center: Do Racial Differences in Outcome Exist?
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Ruth G. Jenkins, MS; Steven M. Ornstein, MD; Paul J. Nietert, PhD; Sara J. Klockars, PharmD; Carolyn Thiedke, MD
Addressing Cardiovascular Disparities through Community Interventions
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Fadia T. Shaya, PhD, MPH; Anna Gu, MA; Elijah Saunders, MD
Barriers to Care and Control of High Blood Pressure in Korean-American Elderly
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Jeong Hee Kang, PhD, RN; Hae-Ra Han, PhD, RN; Kim B. Kim, PhD; Miyong T. Kim, PhD, RN
Effect of Race Category Redefinition on Hypertension and Hypercholesterolemia Prevalence in the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, 1999 and 2001
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Margaret Ochner, MPH; Carma Ayala, PhD, RN; Ruth Jiles, PhD
Racial Analyses of Longer-Stay Nursing Home Residents with Multiple Sclerosis
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Robert J. Buchanan, PhD; Raymond A. Martin, FAAN, MD; Suojin Wang, PhD; MyungSuk Kim, MS


ORIGINAL REPORTS: MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH

Intergenerational Birth Weights Among the Direct Female Descendants of US-born and Mexicanborn Mexican-American Women in Illinois: an Exploratory Study
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James W. Collins, Jr, MD, MPH; Richard J. David, MD; Nathalie A. Mendivil, MD; Shou-Yien Wu, MD
Relations of Black Mothers' and Daughters' Body Fatness, Physical Activity Beliefs and Behavior
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Gloria J. Nichols-English, PhD; Christian R. Lemmon, PhD; Mark S. Litaker, PhD; Sheree G. Cartee, BS; Zenong Yin, PhD; Bernard Gutin, PhD; Paule Barbeau, PhD
Advancing Maternal Age and Infant Birth Weight Among Urban African Americans: The Effect of Neighborhood Poverty
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James W. Collins, Jr, MD, MPH; Dyan M. Simon, MD; Tara A. Jackson, MD; Aimee Drolet, PhD
The Relationship Between Maternal Child-Feeding Practices and Overweight in Hmong Preschool Children
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Rachada Kasemsup, MD, MS; Marla Reicks, PhD, RD
Predictors of Early Postpartum Vitamin Use Among Women of Mexican Origin: Implications for Healthcare Provider Recommendations
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Kathleen M. O'Rourke, PhD; Mary E. Roddy, PhD; Darryl Williams, MD; Kristina Mena, PhD
Associations of Nationality and Race with Nutritional Status During Perimenopause: Implications for Public Health Practice
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Terese E. Maitland, PhD, MPH; Orlando Gomez-Marin, MSc, PhD; Dian O. Weddle, PhD, RD; Lora E. Fleming, MD, PhD


ORIGINAL REPORTS: CANCER

Potential Differences in Breast Cancer Risk Factors Based on CYP1A1 MspI and African-American-Specific Genotypes
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Kangmin Zhu, MD, PhD; Sandra Hunter, BS; Kathleen Payne-Wilks, BA; Cara Sutcliffe, MS; Christy Bentley, BS; Chanel L. Roland, BS; Scott M. Williams, PhD
The Future of Women of Minority Race/Ethnicity in Breast Cancer Chemoprevention Therapy
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Mfon S. Cyrus-David, MBBS, MS
Papanicolaou Testing Among Native American and Hispanic Populations
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Sarah Moreland, MPH; Kimberly Engelman, PhD; K. Allen Greiner, MD; Matthew S. Mayo, PhD
Disparities in Colorectal Cancer Screening: A Guideline-Based Analysis of Adherence
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Tamarra M. James, MPH; K. Allen Greiner, MD, MPH; Edward F. Ellerbeck, MD, MPH; Changyong Feng, PhD; Jasjit S. Ahluwalia, MD, MPH, MS
An Evaluation of the Knowledge, Attitudes, and Beliefs of African-American Men and Their Female Significant Others Regarding Prostate Cancer Screening
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Chanty R. Webb, RN, BSN; Linda Kronheim, BS; James E. Williams, Jr., COL (Ret); Terryl J. Hartman, PhD, MPH, RD
Adolescent Nicotine Metabolism: Ethnoracial Differences Among Dependent Smokers
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Eric T. Moolchan, MD; Frederick H. Franken, BS; Maria Jaszyna-Gasior, MD, PhD
Age, Race, and Repeated Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA) Test Use in the National Health Interview Survey
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Louie E. Ross, PhD; Robert J. Uhler, MA
"Heat in Their Intestine": Colorectal Cancer Prevention Beliefs Among Older Chinese Americans
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John H. Choe, MD, MPH; Shin-Ping Tu, MD, MPH; Jeanette M. Lim, RN, MPH; Nancy J. Burke, PhD; Elizabeth Acorda, BA; Vicky M. Taylor, MD, MPH
Barriers and Facilitators of Colorectal Cancer Screening Among Mid-Atlantic Latinos: Focus Group Findings
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Michelle J. Goodman, MAA; Alexis Ogdie, BS; Mariano J. Kanamori, MA; Janet Canar, MD; Ann S. O'Malley, MD, MPH


ORIGINAL REPORTS: INFECTIOUS DISEASE

Ethnic Differences in HIV Disease Progression: a Comparison of Asian/Pacific Islanders and Whites Living in Hawaii
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Sheri M. Shimizu, MS; Dominic C. Chow, MD; Alan R. Katz, MD; Suzanne Richmond-Crum, MPH; F. DeWolfe Miller, PhD
Antibiotics and Upper Respiratory Infections: The Impact of Asian and Pacific Island Ethnicity on Knowledge, Perceived Need, and Use
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Dana L. Alden, PhD; Alan Tice, MD; John T. Berthiaume, MD


ORIGINAL REPORTS: COMMUNITY-BASED RESEARCH

Fruit and Vegetable Access Differs by Community Racial Composition and Socioeconomic Position in Detroit, Michigan
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Shannon N. Zenk, PhD; Amy J. Schulz, PhD; Barbara A. Israel, DrPH; Sherman A. James, PhD; Shuming Bao, PhD; Mark L. Wilson, ScD
The Influence of Religion on Organ Donation and Transplantation Among the Black Caribbean and Black African Population - A Pilot Study in the United Kingdom
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Cynthia Davis, BSc; Gurch Randhawa, PhD, BSc
Cross-Cultural Validation of the Hill-Bone Compliance to High Blood Pressure Therapy Scale in a South African, Primary Healthcare Setting
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Estelle Victoria Lambert, MS, PhD; Krisela Steyn, MSc, MD, NED; Stacy Stender, BSc; Nicholas Everage, BSc; Jean M. Fourie, BA; Martha Hill, PhD
Blood Pressure Survey in Two Communities in the Volta Region, Ghana, West Africa
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Brent A. Burket, MD


REVIEW

A Review of Psychosocial Stress and Chronic Disease for 4th World Indigenous Peoples and African Americans
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Yin Paradies, MPH


CORRECTIONS

Ethn Dis. 2005;15:429-435

Omission of co-authors. The author byline and affiliations should read:Distribution and Determinants of Coronary Artery Disease in an Urban Pakistani SettingSunita Dodani, MD, FCPS, MS; David D MacLean, MD; Ronald E LaPorte, PhD; and Michel Joffres,PhD

Objective: We assessed the distribution of coronary artery disease (CAD) and its association with the majorbiological risk factors and behaviors among Pakistanis presenting at a tertiary care hospital in Karachi,Pakistan. Method: An epidemiologic cross-sectional study was conducted at the Aga Khan University Hospital (ateaching hospital) in Karachi, Pakistan. A total of 600 adult (=18 years of age) patients visiting family practiceclinics for general check-up were included. The association of biological risk factors with CAD (smoking, obesity[body mass index (BMI)], hypertension, family history of ischemic heart diseases [IHD], sedentary lifestyle, diabetes mellitus, total cholesterol, low density lipoprotein [LDL] levels, high density lipoprotein [HDL] levels, andtriglycerides) were assessed.

Results: On univariate analysis, age =40 years, early menopause, BMI =29.9 kg/m2, diabetes, high cholesterol, and positive family history of IHD were independently associated with CAD. We found age =40 years, diabetes, and positive family history of IHD strongly related with CAD on multivariate analysis.

Conclusion: Looking at the strong association of major risk factors with CAD, the unique characteristics ofPakistanis must be studied in depth, with focus on highrisk groups. (Ethn Dis. 2005;15:429-435; erratum: EthnDis. 2006;16:309.)

Key Words: Coronary Artery Disease, Developing Countries, Hypertension, Risk Factors From the Department of Epidemiology, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (SD, REL); TheInstitute for Health Research and Education, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC, Canada (DDM); and theDepartment of Community Health and Epidemiology, Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS, Canada (MJ).Address correspondence and reprint requests to Sunita Dodani, MD, FCPS, MS; Department of Epidemiology; University of Pittsburgh; 3512 Fifth Avenue; Pittsburgh, PA 15101; 412-383-1038; sud0@pitt.edu.

The new citation for this article should read: Dodani S, MacLean DD, LaPorte RE, Joffres M. Distribution and determinants of coronary artery diseasein an urban Pakistani setting. [published correction appears in Ethn Dis. 2006;16:309] Ethn Dis. 2005;15:429-435.

Ethn Dis. 2005;15(Suppl 1):S1-62-S1-64

Incorrect Byline. The author byline for the article, "Culturally sensitive smoking cessation intervention programredesign for Arab-American youth" should read, "Al-Faouri I, Weglicki L, Rice VH, et al."The new citation for this article should read: Al-Faouri I, Weglicki L, Rice VH, et al. Culturally sensitive smokingcessation intervention program redesign for Arab-American youth. Ethn Dis 2005; 15(Suppl 1):S1-62-S1-64.

Ethn Dis. 2005;15(4):568-577

Incorrect author name. The name of co-author Harold Snieder, PhD was inadvertently misspelled in the byline, page 568, and the Author Contribution section, page 577.The new citation for this article should read: Davis CL, Wang X, Snieder H, Treiber F. Genetic and environmental determinants of lipid profile in Black and White youth: a study of four candidate genes. [published correction appears in Ethn Dis. 2006;16:309] Ethn Dis. 2005;15(4):568-577.

Ethn Dis. 2005;15(Suppl 4):S4-32-S4-34

Incorrect title and abstract.
The article title and abstract should read: Analysis of Exhaled Breath: The Promise of Painless Blood Glucose TestingStudent Researcher: Winston Hu; Mentor: Pietro Galassetti, MD, PhDRecent advances in analytical technology have revealed that human exhaled breath may contain many more gases than previously estimated and up to several hundred. Many of them, called volatile organic compounds, may potentially track the endogenous process currently monitored with invasive and often painful techniques. Glucose homeostasis is one of these processes and, we hypothesized that the integrated analysis of the exhaled gases ethanol and acetone (derived from intestinal alcoholic fermentation of glucose and oxidation of free fatty acids, respectively), would allow estimation of blood glucose profiles during the transient hyperglycemia following ingestion of a sugar-rich drink. The diagnosis and follow-up care of diabetes is based on blood glucose measurements. Glucose loading is also used for the diagnosis of gestational diabetes. Millions of these measurements are performed daily, with significant discomfort or pain for the patients, and at considerable expense. In our research, we attempted to create the conceptual basis for glucose levels measurement. The new citation for this article should read: Hu W, Galassetti P. Analysis of exhaled breath: the promise of painless blood glucose testing. [published correctionappears in Ethn Dis. 2006;16:310] Ethn Dis. 2005; 15(Suppl 4):S4-32-S4-34.

Addendum. The following statement serves as an addendum to the article, "Testosterone Inhibits Adipogenic Transcription Factors PPAR-c2 and C/EBPa through TCF4 Transcription Factor" and should read: The authors would like to acknowledge Dr. Rajan Singh as a coauthor, and to also thank Melissa Braga, Dr. Nestor Gonzalez-Cadavid, and Dr. Eric Fearon for material help. This student abstract is a preliminary report for the research paper, which has been published in Endocrinology, listed as follows: "Singh R, Artaza JN, Tayor WE, Braga M, Yuan X, Gonzalex-Cadavid NF, Bhasin S. Testosterone inhibits adipogenic differentiation in 3T3-L1 cells: nuclear translocation of androgen receptor complex with beta-catenin and TCF4 may bypass canonical Wnt signaling to downregulate adipogenic transcription factors. Endocrinology. 2005 Oct 6 [Epub ahead of print] PMID: 16210377 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher].The new citation for this article should read: McNeal CL, Raymond MI, Singh R, Taylor WE. Testosterone inhibits adipogenic transcription factors PPAR-c2 andC/EBP-a through TCF4 transcription factor. [published correction appears in Ethn Dis. 2006;16:310] Ethn Dis.2005;15(Suppl 4):S4-5-S4-6.


DEPARTMENTS

CLINICAL RESEARCH: FOCUS ON MENTAL HEALTH

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UPDATES FROM HEALTH AGENCIES WORLDWIDE

HEALTH LEGISLATIVE ISSUES: FOCUS ON MENTAL HEALTH


FOR THE PATIENT
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HELPING BLACK MOTHERS TO HELP THEIR DAUGHTERS EXERCISE
Source: Relations of Black mothers' and Daughters' Body Fatness, Physical Activity Beliefs and Behaviors
Gloria J. Nichols-English, PhD; Christian R. Lemmon, PhD; Mark S. Litaker, PhD; Sheree G. Cartee, BS; Zenong Yin, PhD; Bernard Gutin, PhD; Paule Barbeau, PhD
MANAGING AND TREATING DIABETES
Source: Role of Thiazolidinediones in the Management of Type 2 Diabetes: Focus on Ethnic Minority Populations
Guillermo E. Umpierrez, MD; Samuel Dagogo-Jack, MD
DOES INCOME LEVEL AFFECT LOW BIRTH WEIGHT?
Source: Advancing Maternal Age and Infant Birth Weight Among Urban African Americans: The Effect of Neighborhood Poverty
James W. Collins, Jr, MD, MPH; Dyan M. Simon, MD; Tara A. Jackson, MD; Aimee Drolet, PhD
ADDRESSING CARDIOVASCULAR HEALTH DISPARITIES THROUGH COMMUNITY INTERVENTIONS
Source: Addressing Cardiovascular Disparities through Community Interventions
Fadia T. Shaya, PhD, MPH; Anna Gu, MA; Elijah Saunders, MD
HOW ANXIETY AFFECTS HEALTH AND QUALITY OF LIFE FOR THE GROWING ELDERLY POPULATION
Source: Anxiety in Persons 75 and Older: Findings from a Tri-Ethnic Population
Glenn V. Ostir, PhD; James S. Goodwin, MD
STRESSFUL LIFE EVENTS ADD TO POOR QUALITY OF LIFE FOR YOUNG BLACK MEN WITH HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE
Source: Effects of Stressful Life Events in Young Black Men with High Blood Pressure
Hae-Ra Han, PhD, RN; Miyong T. Kim, PhD, RN; Linda Rose, PhD, RN; Cheryl Dennison, PhD, RN; Lee Bone, MPH, RN; Martha N. Hill, PhD, RN
THE USE OF ANTIBIOTICS AMONG ASIAN AND PACIFIC ISLANDERS
Source: Antibiotics and Upper Respiratory Infections: The Impact of Asian and Pacific Island Ethnicity on Knowledge, Perceived Need, and Use
Dana L. Alden, PhD; Alan Tice, MD, FACP; John T. Berthiaume, MD, FACP
BARRIERS AND SOLUTIONS TO MOTIVATING MEN TO UNDERGO PROSTATE CANCER SCREENING
Source: An Evaluation of the Knowledge, Attitudes, and Beliefs of African-American Men and Their Female Significant Others Regarding Prostate Cancer Screening
Linda Kronheim, BS; James E. Williams, Jr., COL (Ret); Terryl J. Hartman, PhD, MPH, RD
WHAT KEEPS AFRICAN-AMERICAN WOMEN FROM EXERCISING?
Source: Does Weight Status Influence Perceptions of Physical Activity Barriers Among African- American Women?
Jeanine M. Genkinger, PhD, MHS; Megan L. Jehn, PhD, MHS; Marcella Sapun, MS; Iris Mabry, MD, MPH; Deborah Rohm Young, PhD
TOBACCO ADDICTION DIFFERS BETWEEN AFRICAN-AMERICAN AND WHITE TEENAGERS
Source: Adolescent Nicotine Metabolism: Ethnoracial Differences Among Dependent Smokers
Eric T. Moolchan MD; Frederick H. Franken, BS; Maria Jaszyna-Gasior, MD, PhD
FACTORS THAT COULD IMPROVE CONTROL OF HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE AMONG KOREAN AMERICANS
Source: Barriers to Care and Control of High Blood Pressure in Korean-American Elderly
Jeong Hee Kang, PhD, RN; Hae-Ra Han, PhD, RN; Kim B. Kim, PhD; Miyong T. Kim, PhD, RN
ARE CURRENT MEASURES OF OBESITY ACCURATE FOR ALL POPULATIONS?
Source:Study Design of the Multicultural Community Health Assessment Trial (M-CHAT): A Comparison of Body Fat Distribution in Four Distinct Populations
Scott A. Lear, PhD; C. Laird Birmingham, MD; Arun Chockalingam, PhD; Karin H. Humphries, PhD
REVIEWING THE HEART DISEASE RISK OF MULTIRACIAL POPULATIONS
Source: Effect of Race Category Redefinition on Hypertension and Hypercholesterolemia Prevalence in the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, 1999 and 2001
Margaret Ochner, MPH; Carma Ayala, PhD, RN; Ruth Jiles, PhD
UNDERSTANDING BEST APPROACHES FOR SMOKING CESSATION PROGRAMS FOR AMERICAN INDIANS
Source: Beliefs and Attitudes Regarding Smoking Cessation Among American Indians: a Pilot Study
Won S. Choi, PhD; Christine Makosky Daley, PhD; Aimee James, PhD; Janet Thomas, PhD; Ryan Schupbach, PharmD, BCPS; Marcia Segraves, BS, CADCI; Randall Barnoskie, MPH; Jasjit S. Ahluwalia, MD
DIFFERENCES IN BEHAVIORS THAT PLACE US-BORN VS FOREIGN-BORN INDIVIDUALS AT GREATER RISK OF HEART DISEASE
Source: Behavioral Risk Profiles for Coronary Heart Disease Among Apparently Healthy Individuals of African Ancestry
Errol E. Davis, PhD, CNS; Fatma G. Huffman, PhD, RD
WHAT WOMEN EXPERIENCING ''THE CHANGE'' SHOULD KNOW
Source: Associations of Nationality and Race with Nutritional Status During Perimenopause: Implications for Public Health Practice
Terese E. Maitland, PhD, MPH; Orlando Gomez-Marin, MSc, PhD; Dian O. Weddle, PhD, RD; Lora E. Fleming, MD, PhD



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