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Health status by race and ethnicity [2005]

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The 2005 report, Utah Health Status by Race and Ethnicity, portrays important "health disparities" by race and ethnicity. Disparities are said to exist when the health status on a given measure in one or more race/ethnic populations is different from that found in other populations. It is a national goal of the U.S. Public Health Service to eliminate health disparities including those by race and ethnicity, sex, income, education, sexual orientation, disability, and geographic location.
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Utah. Office of Public Health AssessmentUtah. Department of Health
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