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

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How Climate Change Affects Black Doctors

Black doctors across the U.S. are sounding off about climate change and their patients’ health, writes the Dallas Daily. A recent survey found that 88 percent believe that climate change impacts their patients’ care, 75 percent said that patients are being harmed by it and 87 percent saw that it worsened their patients’ chronic illnesses. 

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