Indices of socioeconomic position across the life course as predictors of coronary calcification in black and white men and women: Coronary artery risk development in young adults study
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KeywordsAtherosclerosis Coronary calcium Risk factors Socioeconomic status Life course African American Ethnicity USA;
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