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Four Ways to Integrate a Structural Racism Lens into Neighborhood Health Research

Structural racism refers to the institutional practices, policies, and norms that shape opportunity and assign value based on race, including the macro-level forces that often appear race-neutral but…

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How Do Community Development Organizations Contribute to Healthy Places?

Where we live affects every aspect of our lives, from our economic opportunities to our health outcomes. Studies have found that social and economic characteristics at the neighborhood level are…

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How Healthy Are Homeless Adults Entering Permanent Supportive Housing?

How should we treat the homeless? Homelessness is associated with high rates of acute and chronic health problems, and about half of chronically homeless people are age 50 or older. Used widely…

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