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January 9, 2019

Hispanic and black populations have a higher risk of becoming victims of race- or ethnicity- motivated violent hate crimes compared with non-Hispanic whites, according to a new study from the University of Washington.

A University of Washington-led study found that race, ethnicity and sociocultural factors were significantly associated with adults’ performance on cognitive tests. Researchers, however, urged caution in interpreting the results.

Reports that levels of Vitamin D vary by race are being re-examined. Some population studies had shown that blacks were much more likely than whites to have had lab readings that suggest a Vitamin D deficiency.

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