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The physical, service, and social environments of neighborhoods have been repeatedly and strongly linked to mortality, general health status, disability, birth outcomes, and chronic conditions, as well as health behaviors, mental health, injuries, violence, and other important health indicators.

Amy Edmonds, Center on Social Disparities in Health, UCSF; Paula Braveman, MD, MPH, Center on Social Disparities in Health UCSF; „ Elaine Arkin, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation; Doug Jutte, MD, MPH, Build Healthy Places Network

Making the Case for Linking Community Development and Health, Healthy Places Network

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