Jackson Heart Study Symposium on Cardiovascular Disease in African Americans
Overview of the Jackson Heart Study: A Study of Cardiovascular Diseases in African American Men and Women
What Is the Role of Obesity in Hypertension and Target Organ Injury in African Americans?
What Is the Role of Dietary Sodium and Potassium in Hypertension and Target Organ Injury?
Why Do We Have a Stroke Belt in the Southeastern United States? A Review of Unlikely and Uninvestigated Potential Causes
Why Is Left Ventricular Hypertrophy So Predictive of Morbidity and Mortality?
Abnormalities of Kidney Function as a Cause and a Consequence of Cardiovascular Disease
The Role of Hypertension, Obesity, and Diabetes in Causing Renal Vascular Disease
Traditional Coronary Risk Factors in African Americans
Nontraditional Cardiovascular Risk Factors
The Role of Genetic and Environmental Factors in Cardiovascular Disease in African Americans