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What We’re Reading: Unhealthy state of affairs regarding Black health
By Glenn Ellis
There is no disagreement that African Americans have worse health outcomes across the board. Researchers, scientists, sociologists, and doctor all agree.
Data and statistics reflect the dismal reality that if you are African American, you will be more likely to die at birth, die giving birth, grow up sicker, be diagnosed of a life-threatening illness later, and die sooner.
What is less known, and agreed upon, is the fact that the determining factors for all of these outcomes, is not because one is African American, but because of what are known as social determinants of health.
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Deidre Johnson, CEO And Executive Director Of The Center For African American Health.
April 27, 2019 / Comments Off