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Childhood socioeconomic status, location and race were taken into consideration when examining cognitive performance.
Prior to the rollout of the vaccine, pregnant Black and Latino people were most affected by COVID-19.
Black moms-to-be living in neighborhoods demarcated by the old racist housing policy known as redlining face worse pregnancy outcomes.
Black women face higher rates of the virus than other populations because of a variety of socioeconomic problems that place them at risk.
People who are rich and white enjoy more and better sleep, but commonsense policy changes can help others get the shuteye they need.
Why Black people are at greater risk for this dementia than their white peers.
The actress designed a six-week program to fight the traumatic mental health effects of racism in school.
Stroke survivors in poor neighborhoods are more likely to experience worse recovery outcomes.
Five ways nations can create a fairer and healthier world post–COVID-19, according to the World Health Organization
Black people develop diabetes at higher rates due to poor social conditions caused by systemic racism.
Poorer outcomes for Black and Hispanic patients significantly depend on where they live.
Their global conference also launched the 13 Million Campaign, an effort to get health services to those with HIV and not on meds.
Tackling social issues, such as unequal access to health, may help reduce mortality among those in underserved communities.
How much individuals earn in certain areas can affect whether they get access to a hospital bed for critical care for the coronavirus.
Among pregnant women, household density was the strongest predictor of this potentially severe respiratory illness.
Low-income adults with and without cardiovascular disease are less likely to be counseled on risk factors for heart disease.
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