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Higher rates of high blood pressure among Black people are driven by inequities in income, housing, education and other areas that affect a person’s chance to live a longer, healthier life. These inequities, as well as lack of access to nutritious food and safe places to be physically active, contribute to higher rates of obesity and related illnesses, such as diabetes, in Black communities. Learn more.

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People who don’t have health insurance aren’t likely to get annual checkups or other routine screenings. In Oregon, Latinx adults are more likely to be uninsured (32%) compared to Blacks (30%), Native American/Alaskan Natives (25%), Asian/Pacific Islanders (20%), and Whites (19%).

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Refers to employees of Oregon education service districts, school districts, community colleges and charter schools who receive health benefits through Oregon Educators Benefit Board (OEBB)

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Refers to employees of Oregon education service districts, school districts, community colleges and charter schools who receive health benefits through Oregon Educators Benefit Board (OEBB).

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If you need help with bullying or would like more information on staying safe at school, please visit www.safeoregon.com.

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