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Education, Race, and Health

Why is education associated with better health for white people like me (as well as for lighter-skin Blacks like my husband) but with worse health for darker-skin Blacks like my college roomate, Jackie? The researchers’ findings tell a compelling story out of the richness of the Add Health data.  Read More

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