PRC’s National Health Survey Brief: Racial & Ethnic Health Equity in the US

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PRC focuses a considerable portion of the national health survey on social determinants of health: those economic and social conditions in our environments that influence individual and group differences in health. Race and ethnicity are risk markers for these underlying factors, so it is unsurprising that the PRC National Health Survey reveals significant disparity by race and ethnicity for indicators such as food insecurity, higher education, and housing insecurity, to name a few.

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