Longer time lived in U.S. associated with higher risk of cardiometabolic abnormalities among Chinese and Korean Americans, according to UCI-led study
- June 15, 2022
- Brittany Morey, public health and CPIP, Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities, June 15, 2022
According to a study by corresponding author Brittany Morey, PhD, assistant professor of health, society, and behavior, longer time lived in the U.S. is associated with higher risk of cardiometabolic abnormalities like high triglyceride levels, high cholesterol, and diabetes among Chinese and Korean Americans. Learn more.
Morey, B.N., Ryu, S., Shi, Y. et al. 2022. “Acculturation and Cardiometabolic Abnormalities Among Chinese and Korean Americans.” Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40615-022-01347-x.
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