Chronic discrimination predicts higher circulating levels of E-selectin in a national sample: the MIDUS study.

@article{Friedman2009ChronicDP,
  title={Chronic discrimination predicts higher circulating levels of E-selectin in a national sample: the MIDUS study.},
  author={Elliot M. Friedman and David R. Williams and Burton H. Singer and Carol D. Ryff},
  journal={Brain, behavior, and immunity},
  year={2009},
  volume={23 5},
  pages={684-92}
}
Chronic discrimination in both minority and non-minority populations is linked to adverse health outcomes, including increased risk of cardiovascular disease and increased mortality, but the biological processes through which discrimination affects health are unclear. The current study tested the hypothesis that discrimination in a sample of Caucasians… CONTINUE READING