The Clinical Correlation Between Blood Pressure And The Prevalence Of Metabolic Syndrome In An Elderly Fishing And Agricultural Population In Taiwan: A Cross-sectional Study | 2824
Journal of Community Medicine & Health Education
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Purpose: The little information detailing the relationship between blood pressure and the prevalence of metabolic syndrome.
The aim of the present study was to determine whether the level of blood pressure is associated with the prevalence of metabolic
syndrome in an elderly agricultural and fishing population in Taiwan.
Chiao Erh Chang has completed her Bachelor of Health Risk Management in 2012 and currently been studying as a master student of Public
Health at Fu-Jen Catholic University, Taipei, Taiwan. Her research interests include public health, occupational epidemiology, chronic diseases and
clinical research. She has experiences working on 2 occupational research projects when studying at university. Her ongoing research focuses the
relationship between sleep disorders and possible developing diseases.
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