September 11, 2014
Heart Failure Disparity in African Americans: Role of Negative Affect and Inflammation
By OHDR Admin
Researchers Véronique L. Roger, M.D. Alanna M. Chamberlain, Ph.D. Abstract African Americans have a higher incidence of heart failure (HF) than Caucasians. Factors other than traditional cardiovascular risk factors, such as psychosocial measures, may play a role in the racial disparity in HF incidence, yet have not been studied and the mechanisms by which these […]
Tags: African Americans, Dr Alanna M. Chamberlain, health disparities, heart failure, Jackson Heart Study Vanguard Center, Mayo Clinic, pilot project 2013, project, Véronique L. Roger M.D.