RichardWade18 t1_iuphz4i wrote

>The Polarization of politics and public opinion and their effects on racial inequality in COVID mortality: Evidence suggests that [the] shrinking gap in US COVID-19 racial death disparities [is] driven by political division and increasing total deaths among Whites [,] rather than decreasing deaths among Blacks.

The gap in COVID-19 death rates between White people and Black people is closing. But this is not because the death rate among Blacks is improving; instead the disparity is lessening because more White people are dying. And the reason more White people are dying is because many White conservatives are resisting preventative safety measures like masking and getting vaccinated.


RichardWade18 t1_irs2p6k wrote

There were no significant differences in the primary outcomes they were looking for.


"Regarding secondary outcomes, meditation was superior to non-native language training on changing a global composite score and 2 of its subscores reflecting attention regulation and socioemotional capacities."

So meditation was superior in giving the results that meditation specifically practices. Um, ok.