Higher Risk of Death In Rural Blacks And Whites Than Urbanites Is Related To Lower Incomes, Education, And Health Coverage
Health Affairs, Volume 30, Issue 10, 2011, pages 1872-1879.
Probst, J. C., Bellinger, J. D., Walsemann, K. W., Hardin, J., & Glover, S. H. (2011). Higher risk of death in rural blacks and whites than urbanites is related to lower incomes, education, and health coverage. Health Affairs, 30(10), 1872-1879.
Copyrighted and published by Project HOPE/Health Affairs as: Janice C. Probst, Jessica D. Bellinger, Katrina W. Walsemann, James Hardin, & Saundra H. Glover, Higher Risk Of Death In Rural Blacks And Whites Than Urbanites Is Related To Lower Incomes, Education, And Health Coverage, Health Affairs, 30, 10, 1872-1879, 2011.