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Inclusionary Zoning Can Improve Outcomes for Public Housing Residents

Research suggests that living in concentrated poverty is harmful to health, well-being, and economic mobility. Inclusionary zoning can break up poverty density by imposing legal requirements to…

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Housing Status Affects Frequency of Criminal Activity and Substance Use

Is there a connection between housing instability, criminal activity, and substance use among people with a history of opioid dependence and criminal justice system involvement? And can housing…

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Some Childhood Health Behaviors Are Influenced by Caretakers’ Social Networks

Do healthy behaviors of caretakers’ social networks influence children’s health? Alene Kennedy-Hendricks and her colleagues examined this question by surveying 209 heads of household and their…

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Do Residents of Affordable Housing Form a Community?

One of the perceived benefits of mixed-income living is that residents will interact with people from different backgrounds and cultural expectations, creating a diverse and supportive social…

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