Compounding Inequity: Structural Racism, Allostatic load, and Implications for Behavior Change

Dawson Brown
The impact of modifiable health behaviors (smoking, alcohol consumption, lack of exercise, etc.) on downstream health disparities has become a subject of magnified interest amongst researchers, practitioners, and policymakers alike. This interest stems from the significant impact that modifiable health behaviors have on the total burden of disease in the United States, with almost 40% of deaths each year attributed to these behaviors. This burden of harmful health behaviors disproportionately impacts Black Americans - as...
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