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Experiencing racial prejudice can lead to poorer health outcomes, study says

“As we see from this review, living in an environment with an overall climate that is prejudiced against people of color is not only bad for racially marginalized groups, but for everyone. Area-level racial prejudice is a social determinant of population health,” said Amani M. Allen, a professor at the University of California Berkeley.