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A Medical College of Georgia study shows more formal education may translate to better health for African American women



Toni Baker, Augusta University

One of the best things Black women can do for their health may be to get a college education, according to results of a national analysis.

“Essentially what this study observed was that for Black women, the higher your education level, the lower your allostatic ...

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