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Built Environment Shapes Public Health in Unexpected and Important Ways

January 29, 2024

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Built Environment

A new paper published by researchers at the Institute for Social Research explores the ways our built environment affects public health, from our need for more parks to community displacement. Co-author Kimberly Rollings, Ph.D., calls for improvements in education and training on the topic to ensure equitable distribution of healthy environments and resources.

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