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"What matters most:" a cultural mechanism moderating structural vulnerability and moral experience of mental illness stigma

Having a voice and being heard: perspectives from the nursing home: therapeutic diets: the meaning of food for Chinese elders in a nursing home

Social network and health: A comparison of Chinese older adults in Shanghai and elderly immigrants in Boston

B. Wu, Guo, M., Chi, I., and Plassman, B. L., Social network and health: A comparison of Chinese older adults in Shanghai and elderly immigrants in Boston, International Journal of Social WelfareInternational Journal of Social Welfare, vol. 20, pp. S59-S71, 2011.

The Changing Meaning of Family Support Among Older Chinese and Korean Immigrants

S. T. Wong, Yoo, G. J., and Stewart, A. L., The Changing Meaning of Family Support Among Older Chinese and Korean Immigrants, The Journals of Gerontology: Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social SciencesThe Journals of Gerontology: Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences, vol. 1, pp. S4-S9, 2006.

Measures of acculturation are associated with cardiovascular disease risk factors, dietary intakes, and physical activity in older Chinese Americans in New York City

Diet, physical activity, and cardiovascular disease risk factors among older Chinese Americans living in New York City

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