For African-Americans, the confinement of living in a racially isolated neighborhood may prompt a significant medical problem: higher blood pressure. African-Americans encounter a huge drop in their circulatory strain after they move out of exceedingly segregated neighborhoods and into more incorporated communities. A published study in JAMA Internal Medicine suggested that most of African-Americans living…
Author: Julie Suh
Julie Suh, Grade 10 Valencia High School Valencia, Calif.
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