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    As discussed in our previous post for Indigenous Peoples Health Day, the health issues of Indigenous people worldwide are no different than those of non-indigenous communities, however, due to a variety of circumstances including finances, geography, cultural and historical influences, and influences of non-Indigenous populations, Indigenous peoples worldwide experience higher-than-typical rates of a variety of health conditions, both preventable, non-preventable, genetic, and acquired. To learn more about these factors, please check out our previous post. Statistics on Indigenous Peoples Health issues Worldwide, Indigenous peoples face similar health concerns fo
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    August 9 is Indigenous Peoples Health Day. Indigenous communities are diverse around the world, and diverse within the countries they live in. Due to the wide variety of cultures, languages, customs and systems of governance in indigenous communities, the United Nations has not settled on a concrete definition of what it means to be Indigenous. [1] Indigenous communities may have preferred terminology that is not “indigenous”—these include First Nations or First Peoples, Aboriginal Peoples, and other specific terminology adopted by groups. [1] For the purpose of this post, I will be using the term Indigenous. [caption id="" align="alignnone" width="200"] Read More


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