2023 journal article

Residential Structural Racism and Prevalence of Chronic Health Conditions


By: D. Mohottige*, C. Davenport*, N. Bhavsar*, T. Schappe*, M. Lyn*, P. Maxson*, F. Johnson*, A. Planey* ...

TL;DR: An increased burden of structural racism indicators, including global and discrete measures, were associated with greater neighborhood prevalence of chronic kidney disease, diabetes, and hypertension in Durham County. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: February 26, 2024

ImportanceStudies elucidating determinants of residential neighborhood–level health inequities are needed.