To coincide with the conference published the Kentucky Department of Health & Human Services 2003 Statistics shows that black women more likely to die than their white counterparts, from cardiovascular disease, stroke and cancer. The statistics also show that black women die more than twice as likely as white women of diabetes, 1 per 100,000 black women were dying of the state , compared with 28.4 per 100,000 white women (Ungar, Louisville Courier-Journal.
Elders said blacks higher chance of living in polluted areas also contribute to health disparities. She also discussed the sexual health and the need for more prevention in the U.S. Health care system, added that an improved early childhood education and health education in schools, an emphasis on sexual health for young males and make school more accessible to help health disparities among all populations. Elders said: The health and wealth and education in a country directly to the health and education of their gender in, adding, These are unfinished problems we can solve in this rich country. . Continue reading