The contribution of stress to the social patterning of clinical and subclinical CVD risk factors in African Americans: The Jackson Heart Study
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KeywordsU.S.A.; Stress; Social patterning; Cardiovascular disease; Risk factors; Mediation analysis; African Americans;
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