Diet quality and hypertension in ethnically diverse U.S.-born and foreign-born Blacks: Quantitative and qualitative approachesBrown, Alison.
Abstract: According to existing epidemiological data, the morbidity and mortality of non-Hispanic Blacks (referred to as 'Blacks' hereafter) from diet-related diseases are higher than other racial/ethnic groups in the United States. Blacks in the U.S. are also generally reported to have poor diet quality and are less likely to meet national dietary recommendations. A major limitation of this epide... read more
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