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    • Classifying Africans with the Metabolic Syndrome 

      Schutte, Aletta E; Olckers, Antonel; Huisman, Hugo W; Van Rooyen, Johannes; Malan, Leone; Malan, Nicolaas T; Schutte, Rudolph (Thieme, 2009)
      This study was aimed to compare prevalences of the metabolic syndrome in Africans using five definitions as proposed by the World Health Organization (WHO), the European Group for the Study of Insulin Resistance (EGIR), ...
    • Coping with urbanization: a cardiometabolic risk? The THUSA study 

      Malan, Nicolaas T; Malan, Leoné; Wissing, Maria P; Seedat, Yackoob K (Elsevier Science Limited, 2008)
      An assessment of specific coping styles in rural-urban Africans is done to evaluate its contribution as cardiometabolic risk factor. In total, 608 apparently healthy Africans were included in a cross-sectional comparative ...
    • Should obesity be blamed for the high prevalence rates of hypertension in black South African women? 

      Malan, Nicolaas T; Van Rooyen, Johannes M; Malan, Leone; Huisman, Hugo W; De Ridder, Johannes H; Schutte, Aletta E; Schutte, Rudolph; Van der Merwe, Annelize; Reimann, M; Schwarz, P E H (Nature Publishing Group, 2008)