Health Rewind: Black, Latino Men Still Behind in Health Coverage

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Black and Latino Men Still Behind in Health Coverage

Despite efforts to get people of color to enroll in Obamacare, Black and Latino men are still more likely to not have health care, says a new government study. Researchers found that among uninsured adult males ages 19-34, Latino and African-American males exhibited the highest estimates of uninsurance, writes El Diaro. — Kellee Terrell

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