"Ethnicity & Disease is the official peer-reviewed journal of ISHIB [The International Society on Hypertension in Blacks]. The journal provides a comprehensive source of information on the causal relationships in the etiology of common illnesses through the study of ethnic patterns of disease. The broadly multidisciplinary journal draws from research in epidemiology, genetics, health services, social biology, and anthropology." (From publisher's website)
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Panapasa, Sela, James McNally, Steven Heeringa, and David R. Williams. 2015. "Impacts of Long-term Obesity on the Health Status of Samoan and Tongan Men in the United States: Results from the Pacific Islander Health Study." Ethnicity and Disease, 25(3): 279-286.
Hunte, H., G. Mentz, James S. House, A. Schulz, David R. Williams, Michael R. Elliott, Jeffrey Morenoff, and D. White-Perkins. 2012. "Variations in hypertension-related outcomes among Blacks, Whites and Hispanics in two large urban areas and in the United States." Ethnicity and Disease, 22(4): 391-7. PMCID: PMC3579519.
Evans, Mariah D. R., James M. Lepkowski, N.R. Powe, T. LaVeist, M.F. Kuczmarski, and A.B. Zonderman. 2010. "Healthy aging in neighborhoods of diversity across the life span (HANDLS): overcoming barriers to implementing a longitudinal, epidemiologic, urban study of health, race, and socioeconomic status." Ethnicity and Disease, 20(3): 267-275.