8 edition of The African American Guide to Personal Growth, Health, Safety, Sex and Survival found in the catalog.
July 1, 2001
by Amber Communications Group, Inc.
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||332|
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Reclaiming our health: a. The U.S. Census Bureau reports particular demographic, social, and health conditions for African Americans.
Population-wide, the African American community has a higher mortality rate from cancer and diabetes than the rest of the population, a higher infant mortality rate, and a lower vaccination rate for influenza and pneumonia.
A: The health care disparities that exist in the African American community are prevalent whether you live in the cities, the suburbs or in rural areas. So reducing the overall costs of health care over time and expanding access will result in more African Americans receiving the medical care they need no matter where they reside.
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