Sleep as a potential fundamental contributor to disparities in cardiovascular health.

@article{Jackson2015SleepAA,
  title={Sleep as a potential fundamental contributor to disparities in cardiovascular health.},
  author={Chandra L. Jackson and Susan Redline and Karen M. Emmons},
  journal={Annual review of public health},
  year={2015},
  volume={36},
  pages={417-40}
}
Optimal sleep is integral to health but is commonly not obtained. Despite its wide-ranging public health impact, sleep health is considered only rarely by policy makers, employers, schools, and others whose policies and structures can adversely affect sleep. An inadequate duration of sleep and poor-quality sleep are prevalent in minority and low-income populations, and may be fundamental to racial and socioeconomic status inequities that contribute to a range of health conditions, including… CONTINUE READING
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