Race affects regional colorectal cancer screening disparities

Individuals from certain areas of the United States are more likely to get screened for colorectal cancer than those from other areas, particularly when comparing non-whites living in different parts of the country. That is the conclusion of a new s…

School attendance, refusal skills combat smoking risk in youth

COLUMBIA, Mo. — Asian-American youth are one of the fastest growing populations in the United States. Although Asian Americans begin smoking later in life, they are more likely to smoke regularly and at a higher rate than other ethnic or racial gr…

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