Racial/ethnic variations in male testosterone levels: A probable contributor to group differences in health

@article{Ellis1992RacialethnicVI,
  title={Racial/ethnic variations in male testosterone levels: A probable contributor to group differences in health},
  author={Lee Ellis and Helmuth Nyborg},
  journal={Steroids},
  year={1992},
  volume={57},
  pages={72-75}
}
Racial and ethnic variations in serum testosterone levels were investigated among a large sample of male Vietnam era veterans. Based on geometric means, significant average differences were found between 3,654 non-Hispanic white and 525 black individuals. The geometric mean for testosterone levels among 200 Hispanic individuals was similar to that of non-Hispanic white individuals. Regarding two other racial/ethnic groups (Asian/Pacific Islanders and Native Americans), no significant… CONTINUE READING
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