Affiliation: Morehouse School of Medicine
- African American women and men at high and low risk for hypertension: a signal detection analysis of NHANES III, 1988-1994Rakale Collins
Social Epidemiology Research Division, Morehouse School of Medicine, Atlanta, Georgia 30310, USA
Prev Med 35:303-12. 2002..African Americans have some of the highest rates of hypertension in the world. This study identified subgroups of U.S. African American women and men with particularly high and low rates of hypertension...
- Ready to be physically active? The effects of a course preparing low-income multiethnic women to be more physically activeRakale Collins
Social Epidemiology Research Division, Morehouse School of Medicine, Atlanta, Georgia 30310 1495, USA
Health Educ Behav 31:47-64. 2004..Preintervention preparatory courses may be an effective way to increase social and cognitive constructs associated with physical activity behavior, potentially yielding a greater effect from subsequent interventions...
- Perceived stress following race-based discrimination at work is associated with hypertension in African-Americans. The metro Atlanta heart disease study, 1999-2001Rebecca Din-Dzietham
Morehouse School of Medicine, Department of Community Health and Preventive Medicine, Social Epidemiology Research Division and Cardiovascular Research Institute, NCPC 315, 720 Westview Drive SW, Atlanta, GA 30310 1495, USA
Soc Sci Med 58:449-61. 2004..Future studies with a larger sample size are warranted to further explore these findings for mechanistic understanding and occupational policy consideration regarding stress risk reduction...