Atheendar Venkataramani: Assistant Professor and Opportunities Collapse

atheendar venkataramani: Atheendar Venkataramani, assistant professor at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine, who was first author of the study, according to CNN. The study is important because it shows that when economic opportunities collapse, it not only has consequences for people's economic wellbeing but it might adversely affect their health too, Venkataramani said. People using illicit opioids face higher risk of death from these causes, study finds Relative to the trends in manufacturing counties where an automotive plant did not close, having a plant closure meant that your opioid overdose death rate was 85% higher after five years than it otherwise would have been -- and that was a large number to us, said Dr. Economic opportunity matters for our health, and as the forces that are shifting economic opportunities for people are continuing to evolve, we have to think about how policies can both make people resilient -- from a health sense -- to the negative changes that might happen, and we also have to think about what types of policies on the economic side may actually give people opportunities, which may also bolster their health. The researchers took a close look at the location of each plant and dates of closure. Incarceration, falling incomes may play a role in the US opioid epidemic, study says The study involved a database of automotive assembly plants in operation as of 1999, which researchers built using data from industry trade publications, automotive company websites and newspaper articles. ( As reported in the news.

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