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And poor urban blacks die sooner than almost all other Americans.
The death gap is truly a nationwide epidemic—as Ansell shows, there is a 35-year difference in life expectancy between the healthiest and wealthiest and the poorest and sickest American neighborhoods. Ansell, MD, is the senior vice president and associate provost for community health equity, as well as the Michael E.
I have worked with adolescents to improve coping and communication, and with adults to navigate professional issues, family and relationship issues, as well as to resolve issues of sexuality, including sexual addiction.
I have also worked with senior clients to address unresolved issues leading to depression and anxiety.