Health Inequalities — International Organizations’ Approach to Alcohol and Marijuana

Health inequalities refer to unfair differences in health status between groups arising from social conditions. Marginalized communities often experience poorer outcomes than privileged groups due to factors like poverty, education gaps, unemployment, and healthcare access. Substance abuse exacerbates inequalities, especially among disadvantaged populations facing stressors. However, these groups also encounter greater harm from substance abuse …

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