Women in rural US battle drug abuse and depression

White women in the US are now living shorter and unhealthier lives. The problem is hitting women in rural areas the hardest. Research shows drug abuse and depression are taking their toll, but some communities are finding ways to fight back.

    White women in the US are now living shorter and unhealthier lives. The problem is hitting women in rural areas the hardest.

    Research shows drug abuse and depression are taking their toll, but some communities are finding ways to fight back.

     

    Al Jazeera's Andy Gallacher brings us his second report from Rainelle, West Virginia.


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