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What are health inequalities?

Health inequalities are preventable and unjust differences in health status experienced by certain population groups.

Wealth, gender, and regional inequalities in immunization in India

Recent attention to Millennium Development Goals by the international development community has led to the formation of targets to measure country-level achievements, including achievements on health status indicators such as childhood immunization.

Height, health, and inequality

This paper explores the relationship between adult heights and the distribution of income across populations of individuals. There is a long literature that examines the relationship between mean adult heights and living standards. If adult height is set by the balance between food intake and charges to disease in early childhood, it is informative about economic and epidemiological conditions in childhood.

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