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Rich and poor in Sao Paulo, Brazil. An increasingly common sight worldwide are slums next to wealthy enclaves. Researchers focused on tracking global health progress say measures must include social and economic factors. (Credit: Wikimedia Commons)

For today’s Humanosphere podcast, we’re talking with Ichiro Kawachi, a physician and epidemiologist at Harvard University about how growing wealth inequality is making us sicker.

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