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The Increased Risk of Heart Disease in Black and Hispanic Women

February 4, 2022

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Presented by Health Lab

Cardiovascular disease impacts one in three women in the United States. However, cardiovascular disease disparately affects women of color. Black and Hispanic women suffer due to inequities in social determinants of health as well as access to care and unsupported self-care.

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