Health Rewind: Coca-Cola Weighs in on Obesity Crisis

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Closing the Minority Health Gap Isn’t Easy

A new USA Today feature spotlights racial health disparities and examines the difficulties in addressing this crisis. The article also discusses the reasons why people of color have worse health than their white counterparts, including poverty, transportation and lack of insurance. 

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