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History of Race & Ethnicity in the United States (1610-2060)

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Fact Sheet: Health Disparities by Race and Ethnicity

By Paul L. Morgan Ph. Are U. Our new peer-reviewed synthesis indicates the available evidence may be inconclusive.

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By Glenn C. Altschuler Ph. Increasing connections between populations enabled shared beliefs and belief systems to emerge in a cultural niche featuring social, economic, and political infrastructures. By Mark Travers Ph.

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Americans See Advantages and Challenges in Country’s Growing Racial and Ethnic Diversity

By Berit Brogaard D. A total of Nearly half 46 percent of nonelderly black adults who do not have insurance report having one or more chronic health conditions. Thirteen percent of African Americans of all ages report they are in fair or poor health. Adult obesity rates for African Americans are higher than those for whites in nearly every state of the nation—37 percent of men and nearly 50 percent of women are obese.

African Americans have higher rates of diabetes, hypertension, and heart disease than other groups.

Nearly 15 percent of African Americans have diabetes compared with 8 percent of whites. Asthma prevalence is also highest among blacks. Black children have a percent higher emergency department visit rate, a percent higher hospitalization rate, and a percent higher death rate from asthma compared to white children.

African Americans experience higher incidence and mortality rates from many cancers that are amenable to early diagnosis and treatment.

African-American adults with cancer are woefully underrepresented in cancer trials and are much less likely to survive prostate cancer, breast cancer, and lung cancer than their white counterparts. Leading causes of death among this group are heart disease, cancer, and stroke. There are Hispanics are thus a heterogeneous group and may be any race. Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander refers to people having origins in any of the original peoples of the Pacific Islands including Polynesian, Micronesian, and Melanesian ancestry.

American Indian or Alaska Native refers to people having origins in any of the original peoples of North and South America including Central America who maintain tribal affiliation or community attachment. This racial group is defined as people having origins in any of the original peoples of eastern Eurasia, Southeast Asia, or the Indian subcontinent. Asian Americans represent both extremes of socioeconomic and health indices.

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Download this fact sheet pdf Below are the facts that outline racial and ethnic health care disparities in the United States. African Americans or blacks Black or African American refers to people having origins in any of the black racial groups of Africa, including those of Caribbean identity. Health coverage Seventy-nine percent of African Americans had health coverage in compared to 88 percent of white Americans. Chronic health conditions Thirteen percent of African Americans of all ages report they are in fair or poor health.

Leading causes of death Leading causes of death among this group are heart disease, cancer, and stroke. Health coverage Sixty-eight percent of Hispanics had health insurance coverage in compared to 88 percent of white Americans. Use of trade names and commercial sources is for identification only and does not imply endorsement by the U. Department of Health and Human Services.

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Population Distribution by Race/Ethnicity

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