Only 18% of low-income Americans were able to buy enough food for two weeks in March, new findings on food insecurity show.
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People who are lower on the income scale take a greater hit to their well-being after natural disasters. Recovering economically is harder, too.
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Despite previous study's findings, new research shows that white people are smoking more cigarettes and are more nicotine dependent than Native Americans.
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Metabolites in urine samples allowed researchers to discern whether people in Europe were wealthy or at risk of poverty. The key is diet.
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People who believe that the economy is fair have less of a negative reaction to seeing evidence of economic inequality like homelessness, researchers find.
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The burden of household poverty, rather than trauma and violence, affects child refugees' working memory, researchers say.
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Prescription rates in England for benzodiazepines and other similar drugs are highest in deprived areas, research finds. But why?
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Why do people experience homelessness? An expert upends common assumptions about substance abuse, mental illness, and "bad choices."
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Color-coded maps were once justification for denying home loans in certain, redlined neighborhoods. Those areas now face higher rates of asthma, research finds.
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