Black-white differences in injury. Race or social class?

Abstract

In the United States injuries are the leading cause of years of potential life lost and the leading cause of death for persons less than 45 years of age. Minority groups, particularly African-Americans, are disproportionately represented among those persons who die as a result of injury. Homicides account for much of this racial disparity; however, other… (More)

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