Racial Discrimination Associated with Higher Diastolic Blood Pressure in a Sample of American Indian Adults
Reports on a study to evaluate the relationship between interpersonal racial discrimination and higher clinically measured blood pressure among a sample of American Indians from two reservations in the Northern Plains.
Zaneta M. Thayer, Irene V. Blair, Dedra S. Buchwald, Spero M. Manson
American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 163(1), 122–128
American Indian or Alaska Native · Cardiovascular disease · Health disparities · Statistics and data