Individual and Neighborhood Influences on the Relationship Between Waist Circumference and Coronary Heart Disease in the REasons for Geographic and Racial Differences in Stroke Study
Explores a study correlating the waist circumference with incidence of coronary heart disease and discusses the influence of geography and socioeconomic factors, such as race, poverty, and rurality, among others. Breaks down data by individual and ecological characteristics.
Anne H. Gaglioti, Desiree Rivers, Joanna Bryan Ringel, et al.
Preventing Chronic Disease, 19
Cardiovascular disease · Health disparities · Obesity and weight control · Racial and ethnic groups · Statistics and data · Wellness, health promotion, and disease prevention