Daily News, 5/1/2012
- Using the Framingham Risk Score to Evaluate Immigrant Effect on Cardiovascular Disease Risk in Mexican Americans
Immigrants who live in the United States for less than 10 years have a lower risk for cardiovascular diseases than U.S.-born individuals, according to the study.
- Towards Global Equity in Longevity
A United Nations' Population Division fact sheet looks at life expectancy and disease rates for different regions across the world.