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They found 'a marked deterioration' in the morbidity and mortality of middle-aged white non-Hispanics in the US since 1998.For those with a high school degree or less, deaths caused by drug and alcohol poisoning rose four fold, suicides increased by 81 per cent, and deaths caused by liver disease and cirrhosis jumped 50 per cent.
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Media has traditionally painted Asian-American men as sidekicks who serve as comic relief (see: Ken Jeong in any of his roles, such as Glenn Rhee, played by Korean-American Steven Yeun, shows us that an Asian-American man can not only “make it” in the zombie apocalypse, but he can also have a relationship built on love and trust. In fact, Glenn has become a leader on the show and makes trusted decisions.
Asian-American comedian Hari Kondabolu uses his humor and wit to tackle tough issues around race, sexuality, and class. Spoken word artist Beau Sia proudly wears his pink sweater while he shares his experience as an Asian-American man.
While Latino, black and Asian populations continue to grow, soaring death rates among white middle-aged Americans - combined with the fact that white families are having less children - mean certain states are seeing falling Caucasian populations.
The trend, which affects both rural or desert areas, such as Nevada and Arizona, to states with large metropolitan areas, such as California, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania, has already begin to shake up America's demographics.
'The fact that this was going on in states that contain such a substantial part of the U. population stunned even me,' Kenneth Johnson, sociology professor at the university and co-author of the research told the Wall Street Journal.