The Conversation: Living in societies that are more unequal is associated with negative health outcomes.
Gender disparities in health are not a phenomenon unique to the pandemic. Long before COVID-19, women made less money than men, had more child care responsibilities and were at increased risk of gender-based violence. But now, the pandemic has made them, and their children, even more vulnerable. READ MORE
(Source: The Conversation, 01/25/2021)