The latest on coronavirus: A heavy toll on Chinese health workers at the front lines. For years, scientists have connected health disparities in the United States to racism and discrimination. Black children who are exposed to racism have a higher risk of depression and obesity. Stillman, For The Inquirer. The results join a growing body of evidence on how racism negatively affects the health of black communities, both mentally and physically. Black teens experience several forms of racial discrimination every day, which leads to increased short-term depressive symptoms, according to a study by researchers at Rutgers University. Inquirer Morning Newsletter.
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