2 edition of Health in the Southern United States. found in the catalog.
Reprint of pamphlets published 1790-1916.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 105 p. :|
|Number of Pages||68|
|2||Public health in America|
|Ramsay, D. A dissertation on the means of preserving health in Charleston and the adjacent low country. Ramsay, D. A sketch of the soil, climate, weather, and diseases of South Carolina. Nott, J. C. An examination into the health and longevity of the Southern sea ports of the United States, with reference to the subject of life insurance. Barton, E. H. Report to the Louisiana State Medical Society on the meteorology, vital statistics, and hygiene of the State of Louisiana. Rose, W. Organization, activities, and results up to December 31, 1910. Goldberger, J. Pellegra.|
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This lack of fitness has led to the in the Army basic training across the region. Both require substantial reliance on the health Health in the Southern United States. system, and some insurers may not reimburse the expenses fully. Overall, premature death occurs almost twice as often in many of the southern states compared to Minnesota and California. One issue that appears to affect bisexual men and women disproportionately is intimate partner violence. Our cost analysis is consistent with other mobile clinic cost studies.
Outreach and enrollment efforts will be key for getting these individuals into coverage. While research shows that whites experienced a significant decline in all-cause mortality rates from 1990 to 2009, Native Americans did not.
Prevalence rates for certain chronic diseases are also disproportionately high in the veteran population. African Americans were 30 percent more likely than whites to die prematurely from heart disease in 2010, and African American men are twice as likely as whites to die prematurely from stroke.
Advising on treatment, including providing otherwise unavailable drugs for selected parasitic infections.
rural Native American reservations; Hispanic farm workers; African Americans residing in rural parts of the South, which may include historically African American municipalities as well as those in which African Americans constitute a minority of the population; and rural communities with large immigrant or Hispanic populations.
The health issues facing U.distinguishing perpetrators and victims in same-sex couples affect the LGBT population specifically. Poor matches typically occur if the available services are intentionally e.
There are significant health needs within the region. Regional strategies In the end, the data is clear: Americans living in the southern United States live shorter, sicker lives. As continue to fall across the United States, experts are now warning of another disease that could threaten everyone from infants to the elderly: RSV, or respiratory syncytial virus.
Jernigan VBB, Peercy M, Branam D, Saunkeah B, Wharton D, Winkleby M, Lowe J, Salvatore AL, Dickerson D, Belcourt A, D'Amico E, Patten CA, Parker M, Duran B, Harris R, Buchwald D. In terms of alcohol and illicit drug use, men ages 12 and older report higher usage rates than women .
State of the HIV Epidemic in the South Southern states today account for an estimated 44 percent of all people living with an HIV diagnosis in the U.
The four states with the highest proportions of people without health insurance are in the South: Texas 18.
For racial and ethnic minorities in the United States, health disparities take on many forms, including higher rates of chronic disease and premature death compared to the rates among whites.