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Kivalliq Health Research Collection: Heart Disease

Circumpolar Heart Disease

Awareness of chronic disease diagnosis amongst family members is associated with healthy dietary knowledge but not behaviour amongst Inuit in Arctic Canada.(2010).
Cardiovascular burden and related risk factors among Nunavik (Quebec) Inuit: Insights from baseline findings in the circumpolar Inuit Health in Transition cohort study.(2010).
Cardiovascular disease prevalence and its relation to risk factors in Alaska Eskimos.(2010).
Cardiovascular disease risk factor screening among Alaska Native women: the traditions of the heart project. (2007)
Cardiovascular risk factors and subclinical atherosclerosis among Nunavik Inuit. (2012).
Cardiovascular Disease Susceptibility and Resistance in Circumpolar Inuit Populations. (2015).
Doctor to the North : thirty years treating heart disease among the Inuit. (2008).
"Fishing" for the origins of the "Eskimos and heart disease" story: facts or wishful thinking?(2014).
Hospital care for heart attacks among First Nations, Inuit and Métis. (2013).
Cardiovascular Disease Susceptibility and Resistance in Circumpolar Inuit Populations.(2015).
Obesity in the Inuit - Adipose tissue and ischaemic heart disease. (2009).
Population-based study of high plasma C-reactive protein concentrations among the Inuit of Nunavik.(2012).
Prevalence and risk factors for self-reported chronic disease amongst Inuvialuit populations.(2010).
Systematic review of health disparities for cardiovascular diseases and associated factors among American Indian and Alaska native populations. (2014).