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8 percent of the nation's population, the fastest- growing racial group in the country.
The study found a strong association between GDM development and advancing maternal age, which varied by racial group.
Sixty-eight percent of African American women experienced a three-year recurrence-free interval after treatment, compared with 62% of Caucasian women or women of other racial groups.
In the second study conducted by researchers at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN, differences were also found in long-term survival rates between racial groups for adult transplant recipients.
Black women's beauty is 54% 24% 13% 3% more heavily scrutinized in the workplace than other racial groups.
The Birmingham Association of Youth Clubs plans to invite as many different racial groups as possible to their special conference in October.
Multiregionalists reject the existence of racial groups.
The city's mixed racial groups participated in a golden age of construction at time when liberalism was waning--only to face destruction with Hurricane Katrina.
IVOR Wynne Jones' contribution (January 22) was one of those times where I felt sure he had the dates of various happenings correct, and approved of the various measures enacted to bring about the UK as we know it, but failed to mention how the various racial groups felt about the loss of their sovereignty.
He spoke out as he announced an end to taxpayers' cash for radical religious and racial groups blamed for causing division - and admitted the Government had been naive in the past.
The increase in births to unwed mothers was seen in all racial groups, but rose most sharply among Hispanics.