How To Stay Healthy When Money Is Tight

A stethoscope sitting on a stack of moneyEconomic disparities can do more than just empty your pocket. They can inspire skipped doctor’s appointments and the gym, scrimping on drugs, delaying preventive care, and eating more unhealthy foods. Recent studies have also found that people affected by an economic problems in middle age may be at risk for mental decline later in life.

LIKE BlackDoctor.org on Facebook! Get Your Daily Medicine…For LIFE!
[ione_facebook_like_box url_segment=blackdoctor.org height=”260″]

The American Heart Association says in another survey that it is concerned that people are cutting back on exercise and eating more low-cost fattening foods to save money, which could worsen the nation’s obesity problem.

The AHA survey also found that: