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What Puts Even Healthy Low-Income People at Risk

Research continues to demonstrate that efforts to improve the health of people with low incomes are unlikely to succeed unless social and environmental conditions that affect health are also addressed. Using national survey data, Peter J. Cunningham of Virginia Commonwealth University reports on To the Point that even relatively healthy lower-income people have higher health risks, greater social needs, and worse access to care than relatively healthy higher-income people.

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