Key Points Question¬† Do neighborhood factors (physical and social environments) and individual stressors (discrimination) mediate racial differences in cardiovascular health? Findings¬† In this cross-sectional study of 7720 participants, Black adults had poorer cardiovascular health than White adults. Neighborhood physical environment and safety attenuated racial differences in total ICH scores by 5% and 6%, respectively, while […]

By Sherri Snelling Coping with violent crime, neighborhood trust, and living costs may increase Alzheimer’s risk in low-income neighborhoods. This article is reprinted by permission from Against the backdrop of the nation’s highest inflation rate in 40 years, increased costs for gas, food, and household utilities, and rising . . .

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