White people

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Our study demonstrates that there are significant differences in the socio-demographic profile of Aboriginal individuals living with HIV/AIDS compared to Caucasian people living with HIV/AIDS in Ontario.
There were a lot of Caucasian people sitting around.
Asian people are up to six times more likely to develop Type 2 diabetes than Caucasian people.
I was really afraid of the Caucasian people, but my parents thought the world of them (the priests and nuns)," Gibot said.
incidence among Caucasian people has been decreasing, perhaps due to improved screening methods.
If you are African American, your risk of developing the open-angle type of glaucoma is six to eight times more than for Caucasian people, according to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, making the need for regular eye exams an important factor in protecting your vision.
Entitled The Longevity of the Caucasian People and the Effect of Their Life Wisdom on Their Weavings, the lecture is being held in conjunction with an exhibition containing more than 50 collectible antique rugs woven by the tribal people living in the Caucasus Mountains.
However, the gene could not predict the reaction in Caucasian people.
Most of the scientific community's understanding of the structure and function of hair and skin used to only come from research on Caucasian people so these presentations and the work of L'OrA[c]al's Institute are significant in broadening our knowledge base.
So if went into a unit where there were 100 Caucasian people with heart attacks, I would find that about 20 to 25 per cent had diabetes.
About 3% of Caucasian people in the United States over age 40 have Paget's disease.
For the study, researchers followed 2,858 African-American and Caucasian people between the ages of 70 and 79 for eight years.
Caucasian people over age 50 are most at risk for macular degeneration, particularly if they have a family member with the disease.
For Caucasian people who had cancer when the study started, their risk of developing Alzheimer's disease was reduced by 43 percent compared to people who did not have cancer at the start of the study.
One in every 25 Caucasian people is estimated to be a carrier of cystic fibrosis in the United States.