A major limitation of the Collaborative Lipid Research Clinic's Family Study and hence, the Princeton School District's Family Study, was the insufficient data gathering relative to environmental influences, particularly nutrient intake, alcohol intake, smoking, habitual physical activity, recent weight gain and loss, etc. (Laskarzewski 1983c). In addition, inadequacies of quantitation of family history further represented major problem areas (Laskarzewski 1982c). Nevertheless, the Princeton School District Family Study had major utility in documenting within-family aggregation of CHD risk factors in children and their young adult parents in an economically variegated, biracial cohort.
|Number of pages||6|
|Journal||Progress in Clinical and Biological Research|
|State||Published - 1984|