What’s the White House Doing to Reduce Racial Health Disparities?

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  • Childhood Obesity
  • Health Insurance
  • Women’s Health
  • HIV/AIDS
  • Oral Health
  • Food Deserts
  • Addressing the Health Gap in the U.S.

Women’s Health

Under the Affordable Care Act, women can access better reproductive/women’s health coverage with no co-pay. Screenings include pap smears for those ages 21 to 64, mammograms for those ages 50 to 64; recommended immunizations such as HPV vaccination for women ages 19 to 26; screenings for sexually transmitted infections and HIV. 

 

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