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Metabolic Syndrome in African Americans: Risk Adjustments & Treatments

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    Though metabolic syndrome has not been found to be higher in the African American population compared to other populations, African Americans' rates of illnesses related to metabolic syndrome are higher. What explains this riddle? Host Dr. Alan Brown talks with Dr. Keith Ferdinand, clinical professor in the cardiology division at Emory University, and chief science officer of the Association of Black Cardiologists, Inc.

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    Though metabolic syndrome has not been found to be higher in the African American population compared to other populations, African Americans' rates of illnesses related to metabolic syndrome are higher. What explains this riddle? Host Dr. Alan Brown talks with Dr. Keith Ferdinand, clinical professor in the cardiology division at Emory University, and chief science officer of the Association of Black Cardiologists, Inc.

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