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California’s large minority population drives state’s relatively low death rate, study finds

The study ... poverty rates, low education and lack of insurance are all social determinants that are expected to lead to high mortality rates and negative health outcomes. Despite a 62 percent minori... read more

Disparities in cancer mortality rates among minority subpopulations in NY

Analysis of cancer death data from 2008-2014 in New York state revealed high cancer mortality rates among U.S.-born blacks and Puerto Ricans and relatively low cancer mortality ... "We continue to agg... read more

The Daily 202: Kavanaugh allegations test the staying power of the #MeToo movement

(Nick Anderson) A large new study found that a regimen of low-dose aspirin shows no benefit ... the House Majority PAC has spent extensively in blue states such as Illinois, New Jersey and California ... read more

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County struggles to meet 'overwhelming' needs

Other states, including Iowa, Nebraska and New York have sought to shift behavioral health services back to statewide Medicaid managed care plans. One of the downsides of ... have to contend with rela... read more

Second Amendment Injunction Against California Ban on Large-Capacity-Magazines Kept in Place by Ninth Circuit

United States ... that California could not use the pol ce power to avoid compensation. And here's one from Judge Wallace's dissent: The majority concludes the district court did not abuse its discret... read more

How do Americans view poverty? Many blue-collar whites, key to Trump, criticize poor people as lazy and content to stay on welfare

Together with a strong economy, Johnson's war helped cut the poverty rate to 11.1% of the population, the lowest ... minority--that most welfare mothers would prefer to dress each morning and head out ... read more

Cats in US kill billions of birds, mammals, study finds

Domestic cats in the United States kill up to 3.7 billion birds ... and 6.9 to 20.7 billion mammals annually," says the study. "Unowned cats, as opposed to owned pets, cause the majority of this morta... read more

Bleak maps reveal where hopelessness is driving Americans to death

Though the new study does not delve into the forces driving higher drug-related death rates in some places ... in regions of the Western United States with high rates of firearm availability and relat... read more

How many minorities are there in the USA?

As you can see when you add up the elements on the row margins you get more than 100 percent. Why? Because I’m averaging the responses of individuals, and they aren’t talking to each other and figurin... read more

Study finds decreased life expectancy for multiple sclerosis patients

The first large scale study ... U.S. population, that group represents more than two-thirds of individuals under age 65, and this is the first time an MS survival disadvantage has been shown in this c... read more

An Illustrated Guide to the Science of Global Warming Impacts: How We Know Inaction Is the Gravest Threat Humanity Faces

The study finds: The National Center for Atmospheric Research notes “By the end of the century, many populated areas, including parts of the United States and much of he ... years Scientists are warni... read more

Statistical analysis rules out natural-warming hypothesis with more than 99 percent certainty

Lovejoy's study applies statistical methodology to determine the probability that global warming since 1880 is due to natural variability. His conclusion: the natural-warming hypothesis may be ruled o... read more

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