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South Asians, physical exercise and heart disease
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    Unmeasured socioeconomic variables - hallmark to various cardiovascular risk in asian cohort

    Dear Editor

    I read with great interest the editorial written by Zaman et al. The paper has also highlighted that it is very difficult in any ethnic group to understand all unmeasured socioeconomic variables which affect overall cardiovascular risk.

    Some unmeasured variable potentially could be:

    1) Level of education of parents in the family. 2) Profession of father and mother. 3) Financial...

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