Objective and Subjective Stress Differences: Foreign-Born and U.S. Native Adults in Boston Communities
Community Health and Preventive Medicine
Environmental Public Health
Translational Medical Research
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AbstractThis study compares two high-risk populations: foreign- and US-born adults residing in the same Boston neighborhoods noted for high violence, low income, and greater morbidity and mortality for several chronic diseases (Health of Boston, 2010). The aims of the study are to improve community engagement and to identify stress-related differences between foreign and US-born adults and the interrelations between physiological and subjective stress indices in these populations. This presentation is part of the mini-symposium titled: How Community-Academic Partnership Initiatives Can Contribute to Translational Research.
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