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Are Neighborhood Crime and Poverty Associated with Obesity among Low-Income Preschoolers?

Neighborhoods interact with individual and community health in complex ways. Prior research has established a connection between perceived neighborhood safety and children’s physical activity…

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Can Racially Segregated Neighborhoods Increase the Likelihood of Obesity?

There are significant gender and racial disparities in obesity burden among Americans. Fifty-seven percent of black women and 37 percent of black men are obese compared with 34 percent of white women…

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The Role of Residential Moves and Environment on Obesity Risk

As obesity rates increase in the United States, how much does the local context matter? In a study published in Health & Place, Antwan Jones examines the relationship between childhood…

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