A Third of Americans Now Say They Are in the Lower Classes
The percentage of Americans who say they are in the lower-middle or lower class has risen from a quarter of the adult population to about a third in the past four years, according to a national survey of 2,508 adults by the Pew Research Center.
Hispanics, Health Insurance and Health Care Access
Six-in-ten Hispanic adults living in the United States who are neither citizens nor legal permanent residents lack health insurance.
Go West, Old Man
Searching for a modern fountain of youth? American’s West has the highest concentration of older adults who don’t think of themselves as old. Older Westerners also feel healthier and get more exercise than older folks elsewhere.
Health Problems, Priorities and Donors Worldwide
A new survey compares the health priorities of people in developing nations with those of their governments and the international organizations that work in global health.