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Population Estimate by Race and Ethnicity, 2005. S. Census Bureau, 2006. 3. Estimates of Hispanic Population by Country of Origin, 2005. S. Census Bureau, 2006. indd 5 7/1/08 2:49:17 PM 6 Cultural Competence in Health Education and Health Promotion restricted the racial and ethnic composition of that immigration. S. immigration policy can be examined in terms of four distinct periods. During the open-door era (1776 to 1882), the United States opened its doors without any restrictions to immigrants from all over the world (Yang, 1995).
Census Bureau, 2007b). In 2003, a high percentage of Asians had private health insurance coverage, but that also varied by subgroup. For example, 84 percent of Chinese had private insurance coverage, followed by 81 percent of Filipinos, and 76 percent of Vietnamese (OMH, 2007). It is also significant to note that Asian women have the highest life expectancy of any racial and ethnic group in the United States, and Chinese women have the longest life expectancy among all the Asian subgroups. Still, Asians contend with several factors affecting their health, including infrequent medical visits and language and cultural barriers (OMH, 2007).
The American community—Blacks: 2004. pdf. S. Census Bureau. (2007d). The American community—Hispanics: 2004. pdf. S. Census Bureau. (2007e). The American community—Pacific Islanders: 2004. pdf. S. Census Bureau. (2007f). Annual estimates of the population for the United States, regions, states, and Puerto Rico: April 1, 2000, to July 1, 2007 (NST-EST2007-01). html. S. Department of Health and Human Services. (2000). Healthy people 2010. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office. , & Stern, S. M.