The study is published in the 26 February 2008 issue of the open access journal PLoS Medicine, and the paper will be made freely available here.
The study shows that is not the recent trend of growing U.S. Disparities in health inevitable. Our papers refutes the argument, which is currently on the rise, that improves the overall health of the population, it is inevitable, because the better-off more quickly take advantage of health-promoting resources, to socioeconomic disparities in health increases, supposedly, said Nancy Krieger, professor of society, human development and health at HSPH and the study’s lead author. Instead, we clearly show that this argument is flawed, because in time 1966-1980 to socioeconomic disparities declined in tandem with a decrease in mortality.‘arsenic oxide contamination of ground water document at close to 20 countries, also the United States of America as the the outcome from natural geological processes and from mining, industrial and agricultural activities,’said Joseph Graziano, a professor Environmental Health science and director of Columbia Superfund software. ‘Because to exposure to arsenic in drinking water, with the development from skin became apparent, and lungs and non – reveal carcinogenic effects such as diabetes, peripheral neuropathy and cardiovascular illnesses, public health intervention strategies for reduces arsenic exposure has been associated crucial. ‘.. After the team explorer, arsenic contamination of the groundwater and soils heavy and vast body health, climate change and environmental policy difficulties connected to.