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Anthony Fauci, MD, highlighted how socioeconomic status contributes to racial disparities during the coronavirus pandemic.
Black and Hispanic children are more likely to live in poverty and have limited access to primary care, which threatens their survival.
Safeway and other Albertsons pharmacies will also participate, allowing uninsured clients to fill PrEP prescriptions at no cost.
Second of a two-part series about incarceration and health
Gathering in large groups raises the risk of coronavirus transmission, but there are things you can do to protect yourself.
African Americans expressed more concern about job security, government responses and police injustice regarding the coronavirus.
Certain areas are providing more testing, temporary housing and financial support to help reduce coronavirus cases in Black communities.
The national crisis at the intersection of health and social justice
Black and Hispanic children don’t receive the same care for fracture pain as their white counterparts.
Watch the NBA icon also discuss HIV, racial health disparities and the return of sports during the coronavirus crisis.
The rumor that Black people are less susceptible to the new coronavirus was false and ridiculous. But there is something more worrisome.
Today, science and technology have merged to find ways for aging Americans to achieve long-lasting physical and mental health.
Unfair treatment of offspring more likely to harm the health of African-American mothers compared with Hispanic or white counterparts.
Black and Hispanic patients who call for appointments are also more likely than whites to be asked about their insurance status.
When treated at nonminority hospitals, however, Black patients experienced a 3% decrease in mortality over a 10-year period.
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