Do racial differences in hypertension persist in successful agers? Findings from the MacArthur Study of Successful Aging
JOURNAL OF AGING AND HEALTH, pp. 207-219, 1996.
The objective of this study was to determine whether racial differences in hypertension in a random sample of community-dwelling older adults also remained significant in a sample of successful agers. Data for the random sample of community-dwelling older adults came from the Duke University Established Populations for Epidemiologic Studi...More
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