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Experiencing racism may physically change your brain

Scientists know that Black people are at a greater risk for health problems like heart disease, diabetes and Alzheimer’s disease than white people. A growing body of research shows that racism–in health systems and the effects of experiencing racial discrimination–contributes to these long-standing health disparities for Black communities. Now, some researchers are asking whether part of the explanation involves how racism changes the brain. 

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