Self-perceived social standing may affect cardiovascular health of Hispanic/Latino adults

According to the American Heart Association, in 2018, about 52% of Hispanic men and about 43% of Hispanic women in the U.S. had cardiovascular disease. Cardiovascular disease also caused the deaths of 30,584 Hispanic men and 25,983 Hispanic women of all ages. Socioeconomic status (also called objective social status) includes occupation, education level and income—factors […]

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