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The relationship between cortisol, c-reactive protein and hypertension in the development of cardiovascular dysfunction in African and Caucasian women : the POWIRS study
Motivation: C-reactive protein (hs-CRP) and other risk factors such as cortisol and obesity in the diagnosis of cardiovascular dysfunction (CVD) in African and Caucasian women has become increasingly imperative when one ...
Cardiovascular dysfunction in black South Africans: an investigation from various perspectives
(North-West University, 2010)
Motivation: The prevalence of cardiovascular dysfunction, especially hypertension, in Africans has increased dramatically over the past few decades. Despite considerable in- depth studies, cardiovascular diseases remain ...
Alcohol intake and cardiovascular function of black South Africans : a 5-year prospective study
Motivation - Alcohol consumption is one of the major risk factors of cardiovascular disease (CVD). Excessive alcohol drinking is the fifth leading cause of death worldwide and the prevalence of alcohol abuse continues to ...