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Fast-food companies disproportionately market products to minority youth
by

Jacqueline Yao

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August 20, 2021

Kids see hundreds of ads for unhealthy food a year
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2020 census: America more diverse as minority populations increase
by

Jacqueline Yao

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August 13, 2021

White population declines for first time in US history
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Health Equity


US health care ranks last among wealthy countries
by

Jacqueline Yao

on

August 04, 2021

Nearly 40% of Americans skip health care because of costs
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Coronavirus


CDC recommends return to masking indoors against COVID-19
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Jacqueline Yao

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July 27, 2021

Delta variant may be spread by vaccinated people
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Coronavirus


Misinformation harming US health, surgeon general says
by

Jacqueline Yao

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July 19, 2021

Falsehoods threaten progress on COVID-19
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Health Equity


US health insurance enrollment reaches record high
by

Jacqueline Yao

on

July 14, 2021

Special enrollment period open through Aug. 15

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