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The Racist Roots of Fighting Obesity

The Racist Roots of Fighting Obesity

The of Obesity

Sabrina Strings

, and black in , considerable health challenges. Compared with their rates in other racial groups, chronic cardiovascular, inflammatory and metabolic risk factors have been found to be elevated in black women, even after controlling for behaviors such as smoking, physical exercise or dietary variables.


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