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

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

Addressing the Health Gap in the U.S.

Whether it’s HIV/AIDS, reproductive health issues or obesity, we know for sure that people of color suffer poorer health in this country. And while taking care of health is part personal responsibility, the question still remains: What are the White House and other federal agencies doing to help close racial health gap? Read more about programs being implemented to improve our health and gain us better access to health care. — Kellee Terrell 

 

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