Latest Health disparities Stories
A study in the December issue of the American Sociological Review has brought new understanding as to why death rates for less educated middle aged adults are much higher than for their more educated peers despite increased awareness and treatments aimed at reducing health disparities.
"Cancer Disparities: Causes and Evidence-Based Solutions" is the first book to examine the racial, socioeconomic, and biological factors that influence cancer incidence and survival,
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According to new research, levels of health disparity have increased substantially for people born in the U.S. after 1980, and tends to increase as people move into middle age, before declining as people reach old age.
Aging and health issues facing lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender baby boomers have been largely ignored by services, policies and research.