Emory researchers blame ‘structural racism’ for Type 2 diabetes in black people

Critic of the paper says ‘health literacy is an even bigger problem’

“Structural racism” contributes to higher Type 2 diabetes rates in black Americans, according to a new paper from Emory University researchers.

The researchers used a framework that “consider[s] the domains of health behaviours and social norms, structural racism, access to high-quality care, economic development, and public awareness.”

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