Racial difference in lung function in African-American and White children: effect of anthropometric, socioeconomic, nutritional, and environmental factors.

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African-American children have lower lung volumes than White children. However, the contributions of anthropometric, socioeconomic, nutritional, and environmental factors to this difference are unknown. From participants in the Third National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (1988-1994), the authors selected 1,462 healthy nonsmoking children (623… (More)

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@article{HarikKhan2004RacialDI, title={Racial difference in lung function in African-American and White children: effect of anthropometric, socioeconomic, nutritional, and environmental factors.}, author={Raida I. Harik-Khan and Denis C. Muller and Robert Wise}, journal={American journal of epidemiology}, year={2004}, volume={160 9}, pages={893-900} }