The Health Concerns Of Rural Americans


A new poll by Harvard Chan School confirms that the biggest challenges faced by rural Americans are drug and opioid abuse, and financial considerations.

Certainly, a majority of rural Americans put opioid and drug dependancy on par with the native economic system as critical issues of their community. The poll discovered rural Americans largely maintain unfavourable views of their native economic system, however practically one-third have seen financial progress in recent times.

A majority of rural Americans consider outside help is needed to resolve the main community issues sooner or later, and many consider authorities will play an essential role.

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