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The Case for Low-Income Women's Access to Reproductive Health Care
Regardless of conservative lawmakers’ moral and religious justifications, American society cannot afford to restrict low-income women’s independence, economic opportunity, health, and ability to plan for pregnancy by ...
Can Universal Insurance Ensure Access to Healthcare?
. . . providing health insurance does not ensure equitable access to care. Moreover, all health insurance programs are not alike and the minimal packages may not suffice. There are several types of access problems, including ...
Oral Health Disparities: A gradient remedied through educational programs
Dental health in the context of larger health in the United States is a vital area of research as it has a direct impact on overall health, equality of opportunity in the work force, and generational dental health. This ...
"They've all come to look for America": Refugee Resettlement and Employment in the United States
The current system strives to ensure that refugees are economically self-sufficient: that they are able to pay bills when their cash grants run out after the first few months. This goal, which is set by the federal government, ...
Homelessness and Health: Moving Beyond Health Care
A close look at the homeless reveals that social determinants and the failure to meet the broadly defined list of health needs play a central role in the health of every individual. First, I identify the problems faced by ...