February 1, 2013
Policies and practices that support young men of color in their teen years can help put them on the path to lead healthy and productive lives. Young men of color face more obstacles in education, employment, and health than their white peers.
August 30, 2011
This study examined the role education and genetic ancestry play in predicting blood pressure (BP) among African Americans, looking at both within-group relationships and between-group relationships. The study confirms the finding that genetic ancestry is not associated with BP.
August 20, 2012
New Public Health
Much attention has been paid on NewPublicHealth and elsewhere to the connection between education, health, economic opportunity, and even life expectancy. Sadly, when we consider the health and life trajectories for our young men of color in this co ...