Determinants of Health

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Unformatted text preview: cs in US are almost twice as likely to die Hispanics from Diabetes as are non-Hispanic whites. from Hispanics have higher rates of obesity and high Hispanics blood pressure than non-Hispanic whites. American Indian and Alaska Natives infant death American rate is almost double that of whites. rate HP 2010 Income and Education Income Lower income/education Lower associated with increased occurrences of death and illness from: Heart Disease Diabetes Obesity Low Birth Weight HP 2010 Income and Education Income Relationship Between Household Income and Fair or Poor Health Status Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census. Current Population Survey. March 1997. Persons Below Poverty Level Persons Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census. Current Population Survey. March 1997. Disability Disability People with disabilities report more anxiety, People pain, sleeplessness, and days of depression. pain, Obesity is higher among people with disability. Many people with disabilities lack access to...
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