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November 3, 2011

Rachel Kimbro (Cohort 3) Houston & Texas

The number of Houston-area residents living in very poor neighborhoods almost doubled over the past decade, which researchers say increases their risk for unemployment, health problems and crime.
October 31, 2011

Alison Buttenheim (Cohort 7) Health Day

Schools are an important site of exposure for children. All of our measures point to increasing exposure to intentionally unvaccinated children among California kindergarteners, a worrisome trend.
October 28, 2011

Jason Block (Cohort 5) The New York Times

Having a fast food restaurant in the neighborhood may have little to no impact on the weight of adults who live nearby, according to a U.S. study of more than 3,000 people.
October 27, 2011

Andrew Papachristos (Cohort 8) The Harold Sun

Justice and safety are luxuries reserved for other neighborhoods.
October 26, 2011

Richard Carpiano (Cohort 2) The Vancouver Sun

How to nourish Vancouver’s surprising food deserts
October 24, 2011

Malo Hutson (Cohort 4) NBC Bay Area

City leaders all over the Bay Area are deciding whether to say goodbye to their redevelopment agencies, or pay the state millions of dollars to keep them.
October 20, 2011

Jose Pagan (Cohort 1) Carolyn Cannuscio (Cohort 3) & Dawn Alley (Cohort 4) AJPH & Reuters

Adults who have fallen behind on mortgage payments exhibited higher rates of depression and are skipping meals and medications because they cannot pay the bills, a study published on Thursday found.
October 19, 2011

Margaret Sheridan (Cohort 5) Harvard Gazette

Guidance for families preparing for deployments, homecomings
October 19, 2011

Matt Wray (Cohort 4) Digital Journal

Who speaks for the majority of Americans in poverty?
October 18, 2011

Julian Jamison (Cohort 2) The New York Times

The younger you are, the more freaked out you are likely to be by the housing market crash.

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