Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, July 8th, 2001
"Men and Heart Disease" provides a first-ever comprehensive look at the geographical and racial/ethnic disparities of heart disease deaths for U.S. men aged 35 years and older from 1991-1995. Researchers found that black men are 26% more likely than white men, and almost twice as likely as Hispanic men to die of heart...
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