Spertus stated. Dr. Spertus observed that scholarly study was predicated on patients seen at only two centers in Kansas Town, Mo. He said identical studies should be done in extra settings. Rita F. Redberg, M.D., M.S.C., F.A.C.C., from the University of California in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA wrote an editorial in the journal about differences in cardiac care associated with race that were reported by Spertus et al., in addition to gender differences reported in a separate article by Anand et al. ‘The need for the two articles can be that they appear at use of procedures and therapies by sex and by competition in cardiology.However, the protective element was found just among men, and the older the males, the more powerful the effect. However, adolescent girls who work violently tend to become more depressed, and the even more violent their environments are, the deeper their depressive disorder, said Swisher, who noted that American adolescents face violence increasingly. ‘While U.S. Crime rates have declined steadily recently, adolescents comprise one segment of the populace that continues to be plagued with the issue of violence,’ said Swisher.