Double-jeopardy: The joint impact of neighborhood disadvantage and low social cohesion on cumulative risk of disease among African American men and women in the Jackson Heart Study
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KeywordsUnited States; Neighborhoods; African Americans; Cumulative biological risk; Health inequities;
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