E&D Online Vol. 17, No.3 Supplement 4


ORIGINAL REPORTS ON FOCUS AREA: HEALTH DISPARITIES

Understanding Racial Disparities in Hypertension Control: Intensity of Hypertension Medication Treatment in the REGARDS Study
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Monika M. Safford,MD; Jewell H. Halanych,MD,MSc; Cora E. Lewis,MD, MSPH; Deborah Levine,MD,MPH; Shannon Houser, PhD; George Howard, DrPH
Advancing the Science of Health Disparities Research
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Nancy T. Artinian, PhD, RN; Richard B. Warnecke, PhD; Kimberly M. Kelly, PhD, MS; Janet Weiner, MPH; Nicole Lurie, MD, MSPH; John M. Flack, MD, MPH; Josiemer Mattei, MS, MPH; Karl Eschbach, PhD; Judith A. Long, MD; Alice Furumoto-Dawson, PhD; Janet R. Hankin, PhD; Cecilia DeGraffinreid, MHS
Disparities in Hypertension-Related Mortality Among Selected Hispanic Subgroups and Non-Hispanic White Women Ages 45 Years and Older - United States, 1995-1996 and 2001-2002
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Ruth Enid Zambrana, PhD; Carma Ayala, RN, PhD; Olivia Carter Pokras, PhD; Jasmin Minaya, BA; George A. Mensah, MD
Differences Between Bedouin and Jewish Populations in Incidence and Characteristics of Patients Hospitalized with Community-Acquired Pneumonia
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Victor Novack, MD, PhD; Lone Solling Avnon, MD; Ohad Etzion, MD; Klaris Riesenberg, MD; Gabby Elbaz, MD; Francis Schlaeffer, MD
Quality Improvement for Medicaid Members of a Commercial Health Plan: Impact on Racial/Ethnic Differences
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Michael A. Rodri'guez, MD, MPH; Rose T. Calhoun, RN, MEd; Darius Jatulis, MS; Dawn Wood, MD, MPH
Race/Ethnic Disparity in Hypertension-Related Hospitalization in Florida
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WayWay M. Hlaing, MBBS, MS, PhD
Physician Bias: Does It Occur at Teaching Hospitals that Serve a Majority of African American Patients?
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James Gerard Caillier, PhD; Sandra C. Brown, DNS, FNP-C; Sharon Parsons, PhD; Phillip J. Ardoin, PhD; Peter Cruise, PhD
Differences by Race and Ethnicity in the Relationship Between Breastfeeding and Obesity in Preschool Children
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Hillary L. Burdette, MD, MS; Robert C. Whitaker, MD, MPH
Ethnic Disparities in Health-Related Quality of Life Among Older Rural Adults with Diabetes
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Sara A. Quandt, PhD; Christopher N. Graham, MS; Ronny A. Bell, PhD, MS; Beverly M. Snively, PhD; Shannon L. Golden, MA; Jeanette M. Stafford, MS; Thomas A. Arcury, PhD
ORIGINAL REPORTS: CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE AND RISK FACTORS
Cardiovascular Risk and Comorbid Conditions among Black South Africans with Hypertension in Public and Private Primary Care Settings: The HiHi Study
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Cheryl R. Dennison, RN, PhD; Nasheeta Peer, MBChB; Carl J. Lombard, PhD; Lulama Kepe, MSc; Naomi S. Levitt, MD; Krisela Steyn, MD; Martha N. Hill, RN, PhD
Determinants of Hypertension Care and Control among Peri-Urban Black South Africans: The HiHi Study
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Cheryl R. Dennison, RN, PhD; Nasheeta Peer, MBChB; Krisela Steyn, MD; Naomi S. Levitt, MD; Martha N. Hill, RN, PhD
A Population-Based Study in Ghana to Investigate Inter-Individual Variation in Plasma t-PA and PAI-1
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Scott M. Williams, PhD; Shelli Stocki, BS; Lan Jiang, MS; Kwabena Brew, BA; Seth Gordon, MD; Douglas E. Vaughan, MD; Nancy J. Brown, MD; Kwabena A. Poku, PhD; Jason H. Moore, PhD
The Association of Race and Sex to the Pressure Natriuresis Response to Stress
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Gregory A. Harshfield, PhD; Coral Hanevold, MD; Gaston K. Kapuku, MD, PhD; Yanbin Dong, MD, PhD; Martha E. Castles, MA; David A. Ludwig, PhD
Impact of Exercise (Walking) on Blood Pressure Levels in African American Adults with Newly Diagnosed Hypertension
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Augustine J. Sohn, MD, MPH; Memoona Hasnain, MD, MHPE, PhD; James M. Sinacore, PhD
Prevalence of Obesity and Associated Sex-Specific Factors in an African-Origin Population
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Barbara Nemesure, PhD; Suh-Yuh Wu, MA; Anselm Hennis, MRCP, PhD; M. Cristina Leske, MD, MPH for the Barbados Eye Study Group
ORIGINAL REPORTS: DIABETES
Managing Uncertainty in Diabetes: An Intervention for Older African American Women
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Emelia Amoako, PhD, APRN; Anne H. Skelly, PhD, APRN
A Comparison of the New International Diabetes Federation Definition of Metabolic Syndrome to WHO and NCEP Definitions in Chinese, European and South Asian Origin Adults
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Nigel Unwin, DM; Raj Bhopal, MD; Louise Hayes, MSc; Martin White, MD; Sheila Patel, PhD; Dalip Ragoobirsingh, PhD; George Alberti, DPhil
Race and Ethnic Differences in Glycemic Control Among Adults with Diagnosed Diabetes in the United States
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Sharon Saydah, MHS, PhD; Catherine Cowie, PhD; Mark S. Eberhardt, PhD; Nathalie De Rekeneire, MD; K. M. Venkat Narayan, MD, MSc, MBA, FRCP
Increase in Hypoglycemic Admissions: California Hospital Discharge Data
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Merlyn M. Asuncion, MD; Magda Shaheen, MD, PhD; Kalpana Ganesan, MD; Joseph Velasques, MD; Senait Teklehaimanot, MPH; Deyu Pan, MS; Keith Norris, MD
Disease-Related Emotional Distress of Hispanic and Non-Hispanic Type 2 Diabetes Patients
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Garry Welch, PhD; Carolyn E. Schwartz, ScD; Paula Santiago-Kelly, RN; Jane Garb, MS; Rebecca Shayne, MPH; Rita Bode, PhD
ORIGINAL REPORTS: RESEARCH DESIGN
Cultural Characteristics of African Americans: Implications for the Design of Trials that Target Behavior and Health Promotion Programs
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Betty M. Kennedy, PhD; Jamy D. Ard,MD; Louis Harrison, Jr., PhD; Beverly K. Conish, MPA; Eugene Kennedy, PhD; Erma J. Levy, MPH, RD, LDN; Phillip J. Brantley, PhD
Enhancing Recruitment of Healthy African American Volunteers in a City with a Small African American Community: Results from a Dietary Supplement Crossover Trial
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Cheryl A.M. Anderson, PhD,MPH; Shirley A. A. Beresford, PhD; Johanna Lampe, PhD, RD; RobertH. Knopp,MD; Arno G. Motulsky, MD
The Concept of Race in Research: Using Composite Variables
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Brenda Kurz, PhD; Lisa Werkmeister Rozas, PhD
COMMENTARIES
Commentary: Avoiding the Looming Latino/Hispanic Cardiovascular Health Crisis: A Call to Action
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Jaime A. Davidson, MD; William B. Kannel, MD, MPH; Angel Lopez-Candales, MD; Leo Morales, MD; Pedro R. Moreno, MD; Fernando Ovalle, MD; Carlos Jose Rodriguez, MD, MPH; Helena W. Rodbard, MD; Robert S. Rosenson, MD; Michael Stern, MD
Commentary: Cardiovascular Disease in Sub-Saharan Africa: An Emerging Problem
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Mahmoud U. Sani, MBBS, FWACP
DEPARTMENTS
CLINICAL RESEARCH
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GRANTS AND FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES
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UPDATES FROM US HEALTH AGENCIES
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HEALTH LEGISLATIVE ISSUES
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FOR THE PATIENT
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DIABETES: LOW BLOOD SUGAR LEVELS ARE DANGEROUS, TOO
Source: Increase in Hypoglycemic Admissions: California Hospital Discharge Data
Merlyn M Asuncion, MD; Magda Shaheen, MD, PhD; Kalpana Ganesan, MD; Joseph Velazques, MD; Senait Teklehaimanot, MPH; Deyu Pan, MS; Keith Norris, MD
UNDERSTANDING HOW BLOOD CLOTTING MAY BE LINKED TO GENETICS
Source: A Population-Based Study in Ghana to Investigate Inter-Individual Variation in Plasma t-PA and PAI-1
Scott M. Williams, PhD; Shelli Stocki, BS; Lan Jiang, MS; Kwabena Brew, BA; Seth Gordon, MD; Douglas E. Vaughan, MD; Nancy J. Brown, MD; Kwabena A. Poku, PhD; Jason H. Moore, PhD
AVOIDING A LATINO/HISPANIC CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE HEALTH CRISIS
Source: Avoiding the Looming Latino/Hispanic Cardiovascular Health Crisis: A Call to Action
Jaime A. Davidson, PhD; William B. Kannel, MD, MPH; Angel Lopez-Candales, MD; Leo Morales, MD; Pedro R. Moreno, MD; Fernando Ovalle, MD; Carlos Jose Rodriguez, MD, MPH; Helena W. Rodbard, MD; Robert S. Rosenson, MD; Michael Stern, MD
WALK! IT'S GOOD FOR LOWERING BLOOD PRESSURE
Source: Impact of Exercise (Walking) on Blood Pressure Levels in African American Adults with Newly Diagnosed Hypertension
Augustine J. Sohn, MD, MPH; Memoona Hasnain, MD, MHPE, PhD; James M. Sinacore, PhD
UNDERSTANDING AFRICAN AMERICAN CULTURE FOR SUCCESSFUL WEIGHTLOSS PROGRAMS
Source: Cultural Characteristics of African Americans: Implications for the Design of Trials that Target Behavior and Health Promotion Programs
Betty M. Kennedy, PhD; Jamy D. Ard, MD; Louis Harrison, Jr., PhD; Beverly K. Conish, MPA; Eugene Kennedy, PhD; Erma J. Levy, MPH, RD, LDN; Phillip J. Brantley, PhD
DOES RACE PLAY A ROLE IN DOCTORS' TREATMENT DECISIONS?
Source: Physician Bias: Does It Occur at Teaching Hospitals that Serve a Majority of African American Patients?
James Gerard Caillier, PhD; Sandra C. Brown, DNS, FNP-C; Sharon Parsons, PhD; Phillip J. Ardoin, PhD; Peter Cruise, PhD
COMMUNITY-ACQUIRED PNEUMONIA AMONG ARAB BEDOUIN AND JEWISH POPULATIONS
Source: Differences Between Bedouin and Jewish Populations in Incidence and Characteristics of Patients Hospitalized with Community-Acquired Pneumonia
Victor Novack, MD, PhD; L. Avnon, MD; O. Etzion, MD; K. Riesenberg, MD; G. Elbaz, MD; F. Schlaeffer, MD
CORRECTIONS
From Ethn Dis 2007; 17:72-77.
Incorrect Units. In the original contribution entitled ''Effectiveness of transcendental meditation on functional capacity and quality of life of African Americans with congestive heart failure: a randomized control study,'' incorrect units for measurement of six minute walk test as 'minutes' appeared. The correct unit of measurement is meters. Please note these changes as they appear in the revised Tables 2 and 3 herein. The new citation for this article should read: Jayadevappa R, Johnson JC, Bloom BS, Nidich S, Desai S, Chhatre S, Raziano DB, Schneider R. Effectiveness of transcendental meditation on functional capacity and quality of life of African Americans with congestive heart failure: a randomized control study. [published correction appears in Ethn Dis. 2007;17(3):595].
Ethn Dis 2007; 17:72-77.
SUPPLEMENT 4: Select Proceedings from ISHIB2006: 21st Annual International Interdisciplinary Conference on Hypertension and Related Cardiovascular Risk Factors in Ethnic Populations
Identifying and Evaluating the Metabolic Syndrome in Children and Adolescents
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Elizabeth B. Rappaport, MD
Modifying Soul Food for the Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension Diet (DASH) Plan: Implications for Metabolic Syndrome (DASH of Soul)
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Jenice Rankins, EdD; Jaleena Wortham, MS, RD; Linda L. Brown, MAg, RD
ISHIB2006 Abstract Presentations as Presented at the 21st Annual International Interdisciplinary Conference on Hypertension and Related Cardiovascular Risk Factors in Ethnic Populations. June 2006. Atlanta, Georgia
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SOME CARDIOVASCULAR EFFECTS OF HYPOXIS HEMEROCALLIDEA (HYPOXIDACEAE) CORM (AFRICAN POTATO) AQUEOUS EXTRACT
JAO Ojewole; DR Kamadyaapa2; CT Musabayane.
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A PROMOTORA MODEL TO IMPROVE HYPERTENSION CONTROL AMONG MEXICAN AMERICANS IN THE EL PASO/JUAREZ BORDER AREA
H Balcazar; T Byrd; C Ayala; K Claros; M Chavez
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INFECTIONS AND BLOOD PRESSURE IN PYGMIES LIVING IN LIBREVILLE, GABON
D Mavoungou; M Bouity-Voubou; PHamet
004
CARDIOVASCULAR EFFECT OF MANGANESE EXPOSURE IN HUMANS: A MODEL FOR GENES AND ENVIRONMENT INTERACTION
D Mavoungou; B Ongali; PHamet
005
GROUP MEDICAL VISITS FOR PATIENT CARE TO REDUCE CARDIOVASCULAR RISK BURDEN
MA Kleinpeter
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LEFT ATRIAL DIMENSIONS AND FUNCTION AND LEFT VENTRICULAR GEOMETRY AND FUNCTION IN NEWLY DIAGNOSED NIGERIAN HYPERTENSIVES
AK Adebayo; OO Ogunleye; OO Oladapo; A Adebiyi; OS Ogah; DB Ojji; AM Adeoye; K Ochulor; EO Enakpene; AO Falase
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RISK FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH CHILDHOOD HYPERTENSION AND DIABETES IN TAIWAN
JFC Sung; CC Liao; KL Chien; TC Su; CC Lin; CC Chiang
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THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SERUM ADIPONECTIN AND LIPIDS AND LIPOPROTEINS IN AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMEN WITH VARYING DEGREES OF GLUCOSE TOLERANCE
T Gaillard; D Schuster; K Osei
011
COMPREHENSIVE TRAINING AND SUPPORT INTERVENTION FOR DIABETES (CTSI-D)
D Levine; D Anderson; S Ohmit; L Corsino; X Guo; Z Lai; S Nasser; M Britton; PDews; J Flack
012
SALT SENSITIVITY AND THE METABOLIC SYNDROME
LX Cubeddu; I Hoffmann
013
CARDIOVASCULAR EFFECTS OF TWO PLANT EXTRACTS USED IN FOLKLORE MEDICINE BY CARIBBEAN ETHNIC POPULATIONS
PDA Singh; D Shirley-Singh; PE Singh-Gandretti
014
IMPAIRED STRESS INDUCED PRESSURE NATRIURESIS CLUSTERS WITH REDUCED ENDOTHELIAL FUNCTION IN AFRICAN AMERICAN YOUTH AT RISK OF HYPERTENSION
M Eady; G Harshfield; G Kapuku
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RACE AND GENDER INFLUENCE SUCCESS OF PHLEBOTOMY IN LABORATORY STUDIES OF MECHANISMS UNDERLYING RACE DIFFERENCES IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF HYPERTENSION IN YOUTH
DC Gillis; K Norland; M Castles; L Mackey; GA Harshfield
016
STRESS-INDUCED PRESSURE NATRIURESIS IS RELATED TO MICROALBUMIN IN AFRICAN AMERICAN YOUTH
C Hanevold; L Ortiz; Y Dong; GK Kapuku; H Zhu; GA Harshfield
017
EFFECTS OF CHRONIC STRESS, HOSTILITY AND LIFESTYLE ON RISK FACTORS FOR CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE AND TYPE 2 DIABETES IN EUROPEAN AND AFRICAN AMERICAN YOUTH
D Ge; H Davis; L Musante; FA Treiber; H Snieder
018
ASSESSMENT OF CONCORDANCE WITH JNC7 GUIDELINES AND BLOOD PRESSURE CONTROL
RM Peters; R Benkert; K Butler; N Scanlon
019
THE EFFECTS OF STRUCTURAL AND INTERPERSONAL PROCESS FACTORS ON CLINICAL OUTCOMES AMONG HYPERTENSIVE AFRICAN AMERICANS
RM Peters; R Benkert; R Clark; E Dinardo
020
MEDITATION LOWERS AMBULATORY BLOOD PRESSURE IN PREHYPERTENSIVE AFRICAN AMERICAN ADOLESCENTS
VA Barnes; RA Pendergrast; HC Davis; FA Treiber
021
CLINICAL AND ECONOMIC IMPACT OF HYPONATREMIA IN HOSPITALIZED PATIENTS
MA Callahan
022
COCAINE USE IN INNER CITY AFRICAN AMERICAN RESEARCH VOLUNTEERS
BW Weston; S Krishnaswami; MT Gray; G Coly; N Fitzgerald; JM Kotchen; CE Grim; TA Kotchen
023
FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH HYPERTENSION AMONG A MAYAN POPULATION OF GUATEMALA
SA Pollard; AJ Redwood; M Mazariegos; PE Jolly; N Solomons
024
SOCIOCULTURAL DIFFERENCES IN DIETARY HABITS, PHYSICAL ACTIVITY LEVELS, AND BODY WEIGHT IDEALS AMONG AFRICAN AMERICAN AND CAUCASIAN FEMALE CHILDREN
B Nichols; RR Lee
025
EVALUATION AND MANAGEMENT OF HYPERTENSION IN PREGNANCY
RE Watson; A Azeem; HJ Sauer; DJ DiPette; SW Watts; AFY Chen; GD Fink
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MANAGEMENT OF HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE IN ACUTE STROKE
RE Watson; A Azeem; A Majid; DJ DiPette; SW Watts; AFY Chen; GD Fink
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IMPACT OF MEDITATION ON SODIUM HANDLING IN PREHYPERTENSIVE AFRICAN AMERICAN ADOLESCENTS
VA Barnes; GA Harshfield; FA Treiber
028
ASSOCIATION OF SOLUBLE INTERCELLULAR ADHESION MOLECULE-1 (SICAM-1) WITH CIRCULATING RESISTIN AND LIPIDS IN BLACK AND WHITE TEENAGERS
V Bundy; MH Johnson; PBarbeau
029
ENDOTHELIN-1 AND ENDOTHELIN RECEPTOR TYPE A GENE VARIANTS AND BLOOD PRESSURE AT REST AND IN RESPONSE TO STRESS IN A MULTI-ETHNIC SAMPLE OF YOUTH
X Wang; H Xu; H Zhu; H Snieder; Y Dong; G Harshfield; V George; F Treiber
030
IMPACT OF LIFESTYLE BEHAVIORS AND AFFECTIVE STATES ON AMBULATORY BLOOD PRESSURE AND HEART RATE
FA Treiber; VA Barnes; HC Davis
031
STRESS BLUNTS DIASTOLIC FILLING IN NORMOTENSIVE YOUTH
G Kapuku; H Davis; Y Rogers; J McCracken; L Nelson; J Edry; N McCoy; J Howard; D Gillis; G Harshfield
032
USE OF A MODIFIED IDF DEFINITION OF METABOLIC SYNDROME AS A PREDICTOR OF IMPAIRED FASTING GLUCOSE IN ADOLESCENTS
M Morris; K Glenn; Y Huang; H Egwuogu; IS Okosun
033
BEHAVIORAL TREATMENT OF METABOLIC SYNDROME IN OLDER AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMEN PART 1: BASELINE COMPARISONS AND A COMPOSITE SYNDROME INDEX
KG Walton; OS Randall; SI Nidich; C Gaylord-King; CL Harris; G Strayhorn; M Rainforth; K Cavanaugh; J Salerno; S Xu; RH Schneider
034
BEHAVIORAL TREATMENT OF METABOLIC SYNDROME IN OLDER AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMEN PART 2: A RANDOMIZED TRIAL OF TRANSCENDENTAL MEDITATION AND HEALTH EDUCATION
KG Walton; OS Randall; C Gaylord-King; SI Nidich; CL Harris; G Strayhorn; M Rainforth; K Cavanaugh; J Salerno; S Xu; RH Schneider
035
DIFFERENCES IN PRESCRIBING PATTERNS BETWEEN FRENCH CARIBBEAN AREAS AND CONTINENTAL FRANCE: DO THEY EXIST? ARE THEY JUSTIFIED?
J Inamo; V Zizka; M Bolo-Blaquiere; C Platon; T Lang
036
FIT AND FAITHFUL: EVALUATION OF A CHURCH-BASED FITNESS PROGRAM
RR Lee; J Landry
037
BARRIERS TO HEALTH CARE AMONG PATIENTS ADMITTED TO THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT FOR AMBULATORY CARE SENSITIVE CONDITIONS: A PILOT STUDY
M Arrieta; A Mularz
038
ZIP CODE-LEVEL MORTALITY AS LOCAL HEALTH STATUS INDICATOR
MI Arrieta; HL White
039
CLINICAL OUTCOMES BY RACE IN PARTICIPANTS WITH THE METABOLIC SYNDROME IN THE ANTIHYPERTENSIVE AND LIPID-LOWERING TREATMENT TO PREVENT HEART ATTACK TRIAL ON DOXAZOSIN VS CHLORTHALIDONE
JT Wright; BR Davis; J Haywood; PEinhorn
040
COMPARISON OF BLOOD PRESSURE RESPONSE TO ACUTE PHYSIOLOGICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL STRESSORS IN AFRICAN AMERICANS
M McClelland; S Yancey; R Abou-Chacra; PPetrusi; C Somasundaram; M Pointer
041
DISPARITIES IN PERSISTENCE ON COMBINATION ANTIHYPERTENSIVE THERAPY IN A MEDICAID POPULATION
Shaya FT; El Khoury AC; Fatodu H; Garber H; Zacker C; Frech-Tamas F; Ngan G.
042
CME PROGRAMS IMPROVE PATIENT ENROLLMENT IN HYPERTENSION STUDY
E Saunders; FT Shaya; CD Mullins; W Johnson; C Foster; D Howard; A Laird; F Larkins; B Weaver; R Winston; A Gu; N Samant
043
CONTROLLING DIABETES THROUGH PATIENT EDUCATION
E Saunders; FT Shaya; R Winston; N Samant; W Johnson; CD Mullins; C Foster; A Gu; D Howard; A Laird; F Larkins; B Weaver
044
IMPACT OF PATIENT EDUCATION ON BLOOD PRESSURE CONTROL
E Saunders; FT Shaya; A Gu; CD Mullins; W Johnson; C Foster; D Howard; W Johnson; A Laird; FLarkins; B Weaver; R Winston
045
STRESS LOWERS ESTROGEN LEVELS IN AFRICAN AMERICAN BUT NOT CAUCASIAN TEENS
M Castles; D Gillis; K Norland; L Mackey; G Harshfield
046
PREDICTORS OF BLOOD PRESSURE RESPONSE TO ANGIOTENSIN RECEPTOR BLOCKER/DIURETIC COMBINATION THERAPY: A SECONDARY ANALYSIS OF THE IRBESARTAN/HYDROCHLOROTHIAZIDE (HCTZ) BLOOD PRESSURE REDUCTIONS IN DIVERSE PATIENT POPULATIONS (INCLUSIVE) STUDY
E Saunders; G Cable
047
A COMPARISON OF GOAL ATTAINMENT BETWEEN AFRICAN AMERICANS AND NON-AFRICAN AMERICANS TREATED WITH AMLODIPINE/ATORVASTATIN SINGLE-PILL THERAPY: A POST-HOC COMPARISON OF THE CAPABLE AND THE GEMINI TRIALS
JM Flack; R Victor; K Watson; K Ferdinand; E Saunders; L Tarasenko; MJ Jamieson; F Sun; PBruschi
048
AMLODIPINE/ATORVASTATIN SINGLE PILL IS AN EFFECTIVE AND WELL-TOLERATED TREATMENT FOR HYPERTENSION AND DYSLIPIDEMIA IN AFRICAN AMERICANS: THE CAPABLE TRIAL
JM Flack; R Victor; K Watson; K Ferdinand; E Saunders; L Tarasenko; MJ Jamieson; F Sun; PBruschi
049
I KNOW IT WAS MEANT FOR ME: USING STORYTELLING TO PROMOTE BEHAVIOR CHANGE
AA Barnes; J Banks-Wallace
050
NAD(P)H OXIDASE P22 PHOX GENE C242T POLYMORPHISM, NITRIC OXIDE PRODUCTION, SALT SENSITIVITY AND CARDIOVASCULAR RISK FACTORS IN HISPANICS
AM Castejon; J Bracero; IS Hoffmann; AB Alfieri; LX Cubeddu
051
DIPPING STATUS OF BLACK HEALTHY YOUNG ADULTS IS NOT DETERMINED BY DIET OR URINARY CATION EXCRETION
EB Ripley; RE Toman; DA Sica
052
MODERN DAY ''EVOLUTION'' AND CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE: SURVIVORS OF STARVATION FOR CALORIES AND SALT AND THE INCREASED RISK OF HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE AND ITS CONSEQUENCES
CE Grim
053
THE LENINGRAD SIEGE AND RISK FACTORS FOR AND DEATHS FROM CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE: SELECTIVE SURVIVAL OF THE SALT SENSITIVE GENOTYPE?
CE Grim
054
THE IRISH POTATO FAMINE, COFFIN SHIPS AND CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE IN THE IRISH DIASPORA
A Goyal; CE Grim
055
ON THE HIGH PREVALENCE OF HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE, DIABETES AND CVD MORTALITY IN THE INDIAN DIASPORA IN THE CARIBBEAN
A Goyal; CE Grim
056
STANDARDIZED VIDEOTEST EXAMPLES FOR TESTING BLOOD PRESSURE OBSERVERS
CM GRIM; CE Grim
057
ETHNIC DIFFERENCE IN VISCERAL FAT BUT SIMILAR RESPONSE TO EXERCISE IN BLACK AND WHITE OVERWEIGHT CHILDREN
CL Davis; J Tkacz, MS; J Allison; C Boyle, MS
058
SUPPLEMENTAL VITAMIN D INCREASES PLASMA 25-HYDROXYVITAMIN D CONCENTRATION, BUT DOES NOT ATTENUATE SALT-INDUCED HYPERTENSION
M Thierry-Palmer; S Cephas; F Muttardy
059
RACIAL AND GENDERED STRESS AND ANGER AMONG AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMEN: IMPLICATIONS FOR CARDIOVASCULAR RISK
FM Jackson
060
VARIABLES CONTRIBUTING TO PARTICIPATION IN THE DALLAS HEART STUDY
M Jones; D Leonard; RG Victor; SD Nesbitt



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