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Structural sexism linked to health problems…seniors face homelessness, violence, and potential future financial stress…redlining being used in environmental justice..a high-tech app for people with low vision…and dialysis does equity right.
This and more in our monthly population health roundup.
Discrimination is linked to sleep, NASA tool predicts malaria outbreaks, a texting ban may mean fewer auto injuries, dirty air linked to mental illness (and where the air is the dirtiest), yersenia pestis lives, and more in our monthly population health news roundup.
Artificial intelligence and health disparities, global suicide rate differences, biking while nonwhite, dollar stores’ impact on neighborhoods, white flight in football and CTE, how recessions can harm or help health, and more.
Each month, we curate the top population health news. This month, virtual reality takes a role in injury prevention and breast feeding, hearing loss plays a role in other health risks, Washington State’s environmental health risks are mapped, indigenous teachings seek to reduce disparities, and much more..