NIH spends $136 million in taxpayer funds on racism and medicine studies

A study on black drinkers and “microaggressions” is just one of the 267 research projects from the National Institutes of Health focusing on racism and medicine.

In total, the taxpayer-funded entity has spent $136 million on racism-focused studies so far during the 2024 fiscal year, according to a College Fix analysis.

Some focus on race and racial disparities from an observational standpoint, such as research from the University of Colorado Denver which looked into the relationship between “food insecurity and cardiometabolic health in diverse children and adolescents.”

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