Health coverage can help prevent or manage many common conditions.

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Preventive screenings can save lives

Black women get breast cancer at the same rate as white women but are 40% more likely to die from it.1

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Wellness programs build healthy lifestyles

Black people die from stroke at the highest rate of any race/ethnicity, and Black people are twice as likely as whites to have a stroke.2 A healthy lifestyle can help guard against stroke.

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Care programs help with chronic conditions

Hispanics are 70% more likely than whites to be diagnosed with diabetes.3

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There’s no health without mental health

People in Black and Hispanic communities are 30% to 40% more likely to have undiagnosed depression. Only 1 in 3 Black adults who need mental health care receive it.4

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Annual checkups keep your health on track

Black adults are 30% more likely to have high blood pressure but less likely than white adults to have it under control. Black women are almost 50% more likely to have high blood pressure than white women.

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It’s easy to get covered — Find out how

Because of the Affordable Care Act, people of all races and ethnicities are now more likely to have health insurance. But more Hispanics (19%) and Blacks (11%) remain uninsured than whites (7%).6