Unnatural causes [videorecording] : is inequality making us sick? / produced by California Newsreel in association with Vital Pictures.
Contributor(s): California Newsreel (Firm) | Vital Pictures (Firm).Material type: FilmPublisher: [San Francisco, Calif.] : California Newsreel, c2008Description: 1 videodisc (ca. 236 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.Other title: Is inequality making us sick?.Subject(s): Social status -- Health aspects -- United States | Health and race -- United States | Economics -- Health aspects -- United States | Discrimination in medical care -- United States | Healthcare Disparities -- United States | Health Status Disparities -- United States | Health Services Needs and Demand -- United States | Minority Health -- United States | Quality of Health Care -- United States | Social Environment -- United States | Socioeconomic Factors -- United StatesGenre/Form: Video recordings for the hearing impaired. | Documentary films. | Nonfiction films.
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Program notes including contents of episodes ( p. : ill.) in container.
Introduction -- In sickness and in wealth (56 min.) -- When the bough breaks (29 min.) -- Becoming American (29 min.) -- Bad sugar (29 min.) -- Place matters (29 min.) -- Collateral damage (29 min.) -- Not just a paycheck (30 min.).
Series executive producer, Larry Adelman.
"UNNATURAL CAUSES sounds the alarm about the extent of our alarming socio-economic and racial inequities in health--and searches for their root causes. But those causes are not what we might expect ... It turns out there's much more to our health than bad habits, health care or unlucky genes. The social conditions in which we are born, live and work profoundly affect our well-being and longevity."--Producer's website.