Especially among whites.
Tag Archives: Race and Health
California Ordered to Move Prisoners at Risk of Valley Fever, Los Angeles Times
Blacks are most likely to catch the disease.
Four times the white rate, twice the Hispanic rate.
Largely overlooked in the amnesty debate.
. . . but when whites do it is “hatred.”
Global TB Fight Hits a Wall, Wall Street Journal
India’s strategy makes the disease more drug resistant.
Nurse claimed she had lots of experience in Nigeria.
Whites facing prostate cancer benefit from exercise, while blacks do not.
Another gift from the Third World.
Racial differences remain steady, too.
Ban on big, sugary drinks is unfair to black and Hispanic retailers.
Children of well-off white parents most likely to be said to have ADHD.
It’s an inexplicable mystery.
Cultural preferences trump government regulations.
Brew made from yeast, water, and battery acid is the drink of choice.
Revealed: 3 in 4 of Britain’s Danger Doctors Are Trained Abroad, Telegraph (London)
Doctors trained in India, Nigeria, and Egypt are least competent.
A legacy of slavery, of course.
Fourteen-year-olds will get them.
More immigrants mean more TB.
This is called “a tremendous victory for human rights.”
We must develop “exercise-friendly hairstyles” for blacks.
Higher aldosterone levels mean young black men retain more sodium.
The dysgenic effects of civilization.
London Mothers Should Move to Outer Hebrides to Find Happiness, London Evening Standard
Could it be the homogeneity?
“We are rich beyond measure compared to the countries where these folks are fleeing from.”
Mexicans: They longer they live here the fatter they get.
And what about whites?
We can’t imagine why.
Minorities are healthier and live longer in homogeneous neighborhoods.
Increased risk of psychosis–another benefit of diversity.
Black boys start a year earlier than whites and Hispanics.
“Adolescents may not fully understand that shooting or hanging themselves can have permanent results.”
Attention Disorder or Not, Pills to Help in School, New York Times
And Medicaid pays for it.
NYC Study: Harlem Has Most ER ‘Super Users;’ Upper East Side, Fewest, Kaiser Health News
40 percent of Harlem residents visit the ER each year.
New York City Schools Offer Morning-After Pills at 13 Schools, Huffington Post
Signs of the times.
Life Spans Shrink for Least-Educated Whites in the U.S., New York Times
White female high school dropouts don’t live as long as black dropouts.
ACLU wants infected inmates to mix with the general population.
Racial Preferences in ObamaCare, American Thinker
It gives medical and dental schools incentives to lower standards for non-whites.
One study found that half of these groups in Britain had developed diabetes by age 80.
Michigan’s Most Disturbing Disparity, State of Opportunity
Racism accounts for high black infant mortality.
Is there anything it can’t do?
When Should Medicine Talk About Race?, Scientific American
We should point out race differences only when absolutely necessary.
How Well You Sleep May Hinge on Race, New York Times
Is discrimination keeping blacks up night?
STDs in California on the Rise, Huffington Post
The usual racial patterns emerge.
An average of 16 per student.
Still most sexually active, however.
Overcrowded ER Points to Larger Problems, San Francisco Chronicle
Many non-whites use emergency rooms for routine treatment.
And there are racial differences, too.
Whites are more sensation-seeking; blacks are more impulsive.
Facing Need for Black Bone Marrow Donors, San Francisco Chronicle
Is fear of the health care system what keeps them from donating?