Post Profile






?Segregation's Unexpected Link with Black Health in History

Racial housing segregation had some unexpected relationships with how long both blacks and whites lived historically in the United States, a new study suggests.
read more

share

Related Posts


Study: Income does not explain segregation patterns in housing

Business & Finance / Mortgage & Banking : Mortgage Lender Implode-O-Meter

``Affluent blacks and Hispanics live in neighborhoods that are noticeably poorer than neighborhoods where low-income whites live, according to a new study that suggests income alone does not explain persistent segregation patterns i...

Racist White Man Wants To Work With Black Nationalist To Revive Segregation – “Racism Is Natural”

Ethnicity & Race / African American : Bossip

Racist White Man Wants Black Nationalist To Help Him With Racial Segregation A self-confessed racist white man is blatantly seeking equally racist black nationalists to partner with in an effort to revive racial segregation in Ameri...

Study suggests lung cancer mortality highest in black persons living in most segregated counties

Academics / General Science : Science Codex

CHICAGO – Lung cancer mortality appears to be higher in black persons and highest in blacks living in the most segregated counties in the United States, regardless of socioeconomic status, according to a report published in the Janu...

Segregated Living Linked To Higher Blood Pressure Among Blacks

Health : The Checkup

For African-Americans, the isolation of living in a racially segregated neighborhood may lead to an important health issue: higher blood pressure. A study published Monday in JAMA Internal Medicine su...

Up In Smoke: New Study Claims Black People Living In Racially Segregated Areas Are More Likely To Die From Lung Cancer

Ethnicity & Race / African American : Bossip

All black everything is bad news for your lungs according to a new study… New Study Shows Connection Between Lung Cancer And Racial Segregation A new study focusing on health and health care statistics has found that lung cancer is

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC