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Rural Counties with Majority Black or Indigenous Populations Suffer the Highest Rates of Premature Death in the U.S.
University of Minnesota Rural Health Research Center
Despite well-documented health disparities by rurality and race/ethnicity, research investigating racial/ethnic health differences among U.S. rural residents is limited. We used county-level data to measure and compare premature death rates in rural counties by each county's majority racial/ethnic group.
Rural Residence and Hispanic Ethnicity: Doubly Disadvantaged for Diabetes?
Rural and Minority Health Research Center
Determines whether living in a rural area and being Hispanic confers special risks for diagnosis and control of diabetes.