Race, income, education explain disparities in asthma

Mold, cigarette smoke and pests are common triggers of asthma attacks. They’re also common problems in low-income housing. That helps explain the unequal prevalence of asthma across racial and socioeconomic lines. New research attempts to determine factors beyond race, including education level, insurance status and health literacy, that might help those affected and reduce these unequal burdens. http://bit.ly/2BdwfHr

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