USA Today, “‘It’s scary’: Family members returning home bring higher COVID risk for Thanksgiving gatherings.” November 18, 2020.

 

Vox, “The real death toll from the pandemic in America may already be 300,000.” October 21, 2020. 

 

NBC News, “Cancer rearch another long-term casualty of the coronavirus pandemic, scientists say.” October 21, 2020. 

 

Scientific American, “Debunking the false claim that COVID death counts are inflated.” October 20, 2020

 

Fast Company, “What’s the real COVID-19 pandemic death toll? ‘JAMA’ says it’s higher than you think.” October 14, 2020.

NPR, “New study predicts over 400,000 pandemic-related deaths in the U.S. this year.” October 12, 2020

CNN, “US sees 20% more deaths than expected this year, most due to COVID-19, research finds.” October 12, 2020.

NBC, “The COVID-19 pandemic has claimed far more lives than reported, study says.” October 12, 2020. 

Bloomberg, “U.S. virus-death rate is world’s worst among developed nations.” October 12, 2020. 

USA Today, “About 75,000 more Americans died from COVID-19 pandemic than reported in spring and summer, study finds.” October 12, 2020

HuffPost, “GOP policies are shortening American lives.” August 26, 2020

GEN (Medium), “It will take years for people of color to recover from the Covid-19 fallout.” August 19, 2020. 

Los Angeles Times, “People live longer in blue states than red; new study points to impact of state policies.” August 3, 2020. 

The Guardian, “Coronavirus death rate: what it is, what it isn’t and why the US can expect it to rise.” July 18, 2020

The Washington Post, “Heart conditions drove spike in deaths beyond those attributed to Covid-19, analysis shows.” July 2, 2020

The Virginian-Pilot, “Virginia may be significantly undercounting the coronavirus’ real death toll.” June 5, 2020. 

The Free Lance-Star, “By the numbers: Amid the protests, taking stock of racial inequality in Virginia.” June 5, 2020

Washington Post, “Crowded housing and essential jobs; Why so many Latinos are getting coronavirus.” May 26, 2020. 

Patch, “VA working with Amazon, vendors on Coronavirus supplies: Northam” May 20, 2020. 

Style Weekly, “Finding Elderhood.” May 12, 2020.

Virginia Mercury, “Failure to file death certificates electronically could be behind lag in demographic reporting on COVID-19 deaths.” April 29, 2020.

WebMD, “When COVID-19 postpones your screening test or surgery.” April 10, 2020

New York Magazine, “The mystery of ‘excess fatality’.” April 4, 2020. 

The New York Times, “A Plan to Get America Back to Work.” March 22, 2020.

The Philadelphia Tribune, “Black male, female life expectancy lowest across the city.” January 24, 2020. 

NBC News, “U.S. life expectancy goes up for the first time since 2014.” January 30, 2020. 

Nonprofit Quarterly, “A sick society? Data reveal shorter lives and more deaths of despair.” December 13, 2019.

NPR, “Life expectancy study jolts assumptions made about life in America.” December 2, 2019.

ABC News: “‘Deaths of despair’: Opioid overdoses, alcohol abuse and suicide driving lower life expectancy in US.” November 27, 2019.

USA Today, “‘A distinctly American phenomenon’: Our workforce is dying faster than any other wealthy country, study shows.” November 26, 2019.

The Philadelphia Inquirer, “In Pa.,N.J., and across the country, overdoses, suicides, and alcoholism are leading Americans to earlier deaths.” November 26, 2019. 

The Hill, “Connecting the dots on social determinants of health.” June 15, 2019. 

Medscape, “How much does healthcare influence longevity?” May 13, 2019. 

Richmond Times-Dispatch, “Fitness Warriors program offers nearly 50 free exercise classes to overlooked Richmond communities.” April 25, 2019. 

Richmond Magazine, “Health and Hope.” April 21, 2019.

LA Times, “Why opioids hit white areas harder.” February 12, 2019

Anacostia Park and Community Collaborative, “The latest from APACC members, October 28 edition.” October 28, 2018

The Frederick News-Post, “New report reveals life expectancy range in Frederick County.” October 26, 2018

WTOP, “Life expectancy varies dramatically depending on where you live in DC area.” October 26, 2018

The Hospitalist, “Opioids, other causes linked to shorter lifespans, rising midlife mortality.” August 15, 2018

Harvard Center for Primary Care Review of Systems Podcast, “RoS Journal Club Opioid OD among pregnant women, midlife deaths in the US & assn of scribes with MD workflow & patient experience.” August 2018

IAPHS, “HOPE Initiative Takes Aspirational, Actionable Approach Toward Health Equity.” September 4, 2018

Reuters Health, “Life expectancy declines seen in U.S. and other high-income countries.” August 22, 2018

The Guardian, “The bad news is we’re dying early in Britain- and it’s all down to ‘shit-life syndrome.’” August 19, 2018

U.S. News and World Report, “Seeking Hope for the Nation’s Slipping Health.” August 17, 2018

Science Daily, “Widespread declines in life expectancy across high income countries coincide with rising young adult and midlife mortality in the United States.” August 15, 2018

AAAS EurekAlert!, “Widespread declines in life expectancy across high income countries coincide with rising young adult and midlife mortality in the United States.” August 15, 2018

Martinsville Bulletin, “Officials give more details on Martinsville opioid study.” August 9, 2018

Martinsville Bulletin, “Virginia Tech gets funding to help solve Martinsville’s opioid problem.” August 9, 2018

Salud America! “HOPE: The Health Opportunity and Equity Initiative.” July 24, 2018

WITF, “Social Determinants of Health.” July 19, 2018

Richmond Times-Dispatch, “For every homicide in Virginia, there are 2.3 suicides.” June 8, 2018

LA Times, “Suicides have increased by more than 30% since 1999 in half the states, CDC says.” June 7, 2018

Spotlight on Poverty and Opportunity, “What RFK’s Coalition Teaches Us about Healing a Divided Nation.” June 6, 2018

Richmond Times-Dispatch, “Drop in life expectancy tied to drugs, alcohol, suicide.” February 11, 2018

Richmond Magazine, “It’s More Than Opioids.” February 8, 2018

WCVE, “Drugs, Alcohol and Suicides Impact U.S. Life Expectancy Drop.” February 8, 2018

Time, “Drugs, Alcohol and Suicide Are Causing Life Expectancy in America to Drop Dramatically.” February 8, 2018

International Business Times, “US life expectancy is falling dramatically due to drug overdoses, alcohol and suicide.” February 8, 2018

LA Times, “Trifecta of opioids, alcohol and suicide are blamed for the drop in U.S. life expectancy.” February 8, 2018

USA Today, “Drugs, alcohol and suicides contribute to alarming drop in U.S. life expectancy.” February 7, 2018

BMJ Editorial, “Failing health of the United States.” February 7, 2018

WDVM, “Pockets of poverty amidst wealthy neighborhoods calls for concern in Nova.” December 4, 2017

Fairfax County Times, “New report highlights economic disparities in Northern Virginia.” December 1, 2017

WAMU, “Report: ‘Islands of Disadvantage’ In Affluent Northern Virginia.” November 29, 2017 

WTOP, “Study: ‘Pockets’ of disadvantage mark Northern Va.’s health landscape.” November 28, 2017

The Daily WRAG, “A new report reveals “islands of disadvantage” in Northern Virginia.” November 28, 2017

Standard-Examiner, “Within Northern Virginia affluence hides pockets of poverty.” November 28, 2017

Alexandria News, “New report reveals Northern Virginia’s uneven opportunity landscape.” November 2017

Washington Post, “Tucked inside wealthy Northern Virginia are pockets of poverty, report says.” November 28, 2017

KVPR, “Interview: Alcohol, Drugs Fuel Rise in Death Rates Among White Valley Residents.” January 25, 2017

Fast Company, “See The Huge Variations In Life Expectancy Within Different U.S. Cities.” September 28, 2016

Patch, “The Shocking Truth About Babies Born in the DC Area.” September 28, 2016

DCist, “Map: Life Expectancy In D.C. Eight Years Shorter Than In Arlington.” September 27, 2016

DCW 50, “New Study: Life expectancy depends on Metro stop.” September 27, 2016

Politico Pulse, “Afternoon Pulse: MAPPING DISPARITIES.” September 27, 2016

Roanoke Times, “Where you live determines how long you will.” September 27, 2016

Bethesda Beat, “Montgomery County Has Higher Life Expectancy than National Average.” September 26, 2016

The Daily WRAG, “New data show how life expectancy varies across the region.” September 26, 2016

Washington Post, “Here’s how life spans in the Washington region vary by jurisdiction.” September 26, 2016

WTOP, “How long will you live? It might depend on your Metro stop.” September 26, 2016

Times of Trenton, “Building a culture of health is a life or death matter in Trenton.” August 30, 2016

KQED, “How San Diego is Using Big Data to Improve Public Health.” August 19, 2015 

Newsworks / WHYY / The Pulse, “Is it possible to 'treat' poverty for better health?” August 11, 2016

Fox2Now St. Louis, “12-year difference in life expectancy for St. Louis babies born just 11 miles apart.” August 3, 2016 

St. Louis Public Radio, “Researchers find 12-year life expectancy gap in north St. Louis County,” August 3, 2016

The Plain Dealer, “Make health more than just a number by reducing health disparities in Cuyahoga County: Heidi Gullett and Greg Brown (Opinion).” August 3, 2016

Washington Post Magazine, “The relationship between where you’re born and how long you are likely to live.” July 31, 2016 

NJ Spotlight, “Some NJ Hospitals Unhappy With How They Score In New Ranking System” July 28, 2016

NJTV, “Geography Makes a Difference in Life Expectancy.” July 21, 2016

Times of Trenton / NJ.com, “In same county, babies face 14-year gap in life expectancy (MAP).” July 19, 2016

Princeton Patch, “Babies Born Just Miles Apart in Mercer County Face Up to 14-Year Life Expectancy Difference.” July 21, 2016

Mercer Me, “Study shows 14-year life expectancy difference within Mercer County, #CloseHealthGaps.” July 19, 2016

Newsworks / WHYY / NPR, “Wide disparity in health, longevity within just a few miles in New Jersey,” July 19, 2016

NJ Spotlight, “In New Jersey, Zip Code Is A Cruel Indicator Of Life Expectancy.” July 19, 2016

Philly.com, NJ Spotlight ReprintIn New Jersey, Zip Code Is A Cruel Indicator Of Life Expectancy.” July 19, 2016

WBUR (NPR Affiliate), “Study Finds Life Expectancy 12 Years Shorter In Certain Cleveland Neighborhoods.” July 19, 2016

Health Affairs Blog, “Digging Deeply to Address Health Inequities at the Local Level.” July 7, 2016

iHeart Radio Majic Morning Show, “Greg Brown - Cleveland Life Expectancy, Zack Meisel - Cleveland.com.” June 21, 2016

ABC 5, “Glenville to Lyndhurst: 7 miles in distance, a 12-year gap in life expectancy.” June 16, 2016

Cleveland Scene, “Residents in Glenville Can Expect to Die a Lot Sooner Than Residents in Lyndhurst.” June 16, 2016

Cleveland 19 News, “Life expectancy differs by 12 years, depending on your neighborhood.” June 16, 2016

Crain’s Cleveland Business, “Study shows short distances to large differences in life expectancies in Cleveland.” June 16, 2016

Idea Stream Radio (WCPN/WCLV), “The Zip Code Gap: Life Expectancy Discrepancies Between Northeast Ohio Neighborhoods.” June 16, 2016 

The Plain Dealer, “In Cleveland area, communities just 10 miles apart have a large gap in llife expectancy, new study says.” June 16, 2016

The Plain Dealer (blog), “Search by zip code for your Cuyahoga County community’s life expectancy.” June 16, 2016

Bowling Green Daily News, “ Life expectancy higher than state average here, but health risks still high.” June 13, 2016

The Greenwood Commonwealth, “Life expectancies can vary from county to county.” June 13, 2016

The Spokesman, “Life expectancy trends hit home.” June 12, 2016

Murray Ledger & Times, “Life expectancy study ranks Calloway tied for 2nd in Ky.” June 11, 2016

The Messenger, “With few exceptions, most Western Kentucky counties are in line with statewide life expectancy.” June 10, 2016

Kentucky Forward, “Kentucky’s average life expectancy is 76; can vary up to nine years depending on geography.” June 10, 2016 

Kentucky New Era, “Study: Life expectancy in S. Pennyrile is mid-70s.” June 10, 2016

Clarion-Ledger, “Study: Mississippi life expectancy varies by county.” June 9, 2016

Floyd County Chronicle, “Floyd County’s Life Expectancy Is Among The Lowest In Kentucky.” June 9, 2016

Paducah Sun, “Life expectancy varies across counties.” June 9, 2016

Dawson Spring Progress, “Most area counties in line with statewide life expectancy.” June 8, 2016

Commonwealth Journal, “Life expectancy in eastern Kentucky lower than any other part of state.” June 7, 2016

Hazard Herald, “Study shows low life expectancy for Perry citizens.” June 7, 2016

Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal (Editorial), “OUR OPINION: Tracking health should lead to acting on facts.” June 7, 2016

Richmond Register, “Living longer in central Kentucky, All but two counties meet or exceed state average.” June 7, 2016

The Herald Dispatch, “Research: Life expectancy in East Kentucky lowest in state.” June 7, 2016

WYMT Mountain News Television, “Study: Life expectancy in much of Eastern Kentucky below state average.” June 7, 2016

Daily Independent, “Life expectancy figures show gap between greater Ashland area and rural counties of northeastern Kentucky.” June 6, 2016

Government Technology, “Data, Mapping Project Highlights that Where You Live Influences Your Health.” June 6, 2016

Harlan Daily Enterprise, “Research: Life expectancy in East Kentucky lowest in state.” June 6, 2016

Kentucky Sports Radio, “Which Kentucky county has the longest life expectancy?” June 6, 2016

Lane Report, “Study shows varying rates of life expectancy among Kentucky counties.” June 6, 2016

Lexington Herald-Leader, “Where you live in Kentucky might cut eight years off your life.” June 6, 2016

Morehead News, “Rowan life expectancy 75 years.” June 6, 2016

News-Democrat Leader, “With a few exceptions, most Western Kentucky counties are in line with statewide life expectancy.” June 6, 2016

WKYT, “Research: Life expectancy in East Kentucky lowest in state.” June 6, 2016

WTVQ (ABC 36 News), “Research: Life expectancy in East Kentucky lowest in state.” June 6, 2016

The Sun Herald, “Mississippians can look forward to shorter lives.” June 5, 2016

Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal, “Mapping project highlights gaps in health outcomes.” June 5, 2016

Lexington Herald-Leader (Op-Ed), “Geography doesn’t have to be destiny.” June 3, 2016

The Detroit News, “Life span for Detroit’s poor among shortest in nation.” June 3, 2016

900AM WURD, "’Information is the Best Medicine’ with Glenn Ellis.” May 7, 2016

Philadelphia Inquirer, “In Philly your zip code sets your life expectancy.” April 18, 2016

Associated Press, “Study: Life expectancy differs for Miami babies 1 mile apart.” April 10, 2016

Miami Herald Letter to the Editor,” Inequality in Miami-Dade.” April 10, 2016

WHYY (NPR), “A few miles and a world of difference as study finds wide disparity in Philly life expectancies.” April 7, 2016

Curbed Philly, “Data Reveals Huge Life Expectancy Gap Among Philly Neighborhoods.” April 7, 2016

Philly Voice, “Philly residents live longest in Old City, Society Hill.” April 7, 2016

Palm Beach Post, “Study: Life expectancy in Miami differs by neighborhood.” April 6, 2016

Curbed Miami, “Study Compares Life Expectancy by Miami Neighborhood.” April 6, 2016

Blogging Black Miami Published Press Release, “Babies Born Just One Mile Apart in Miami Face Up to 15 Year Difference in Life Expectancy.” April 6, 2016

Miami Herald, “In Miami, babies born a few miles apart face 15-year gap in life expectancy.” April 6, 2016

Thomas Farley Op-Ed, “Commentary: Phila. must close its rich-poor life expectancy gap.” April 6, 2016

WLRN (NPR), “How Your Life Expectancy Depends On Your Neighborhood In Miami.” April 6, 2016

Governing, “Life Expectancy Varies Greatly Within Cities.” February 3, 2016

Richmond Times-Dispatch (Op-Ed), “Lafayette: What do we need in our next mayor?” January 30, 2016 

Colorado Coalition for the Medically Underserved Blog, “Just a few miles, worlds apart.” January 4, 2016

Phoenix New Times, “In Arizona, Your Zip Code Determines Your Life Expectancy.” December 25, 2015

AZ Central, “My Turn: ZIP code can predict life expectancy.” December 14, 2015

KJZZ, “Research: Phoenix-Area Zip Codes Show Varying Average Life Expectancy.” December 11, 2015

AZLatinos.com, “Study: Your Zip Code in the Valley Can Determine Your Lifespan.” December 9, 2015

KPHO/KTVK, “Your Zip Code Could Determine Your Lifespan.” December 9, 2015

KRMG, “South Tulsa People Live Longer.” December 7, 2015

Sand Springs Leader, “Study finds Sand Springs' average life expectancy slightly higher than Tulsa County average.” December 3, 2015

Colorado Public Radio, “Map: In Denver, Your Neighborhood Can Say A Lot About How Long You'll Live.” December 2, 2015

Tulsa Public Radio, “Researchers Confirm Life Expectancy Varies Among Tulsa ZIP Codes.” December 2, 2015 

The Journal Record, “Clancy: The Business Case for Better Health.” December 1, 2015

VCU Center on Society and Health Blog, “Seed Method Celebration.” November 23, 2015

WRIC-TV, “Richmond’s great divide.” November 11, 2015

VCU Center on Society and Health Blog, “Engaging Richmond at East End Community Field Day.” October 20, 2015

VCU Center on Society and Health Blog, “Utilizing Different Perspectives in Community Research.” September 1, 2015

WCVE (NPR Affiliate), “VCU Research Shows 20-year Life Expectancy Difference in Core City.” August 19, 2015

News and Observer (op-ed), “Short distances to large gaps in health in North Carolina.” August 5, 2015

North Carolina Health News, “New Maps Show Differences in Life Expectancy.” August 5, 2015

News and Observer, “Study: Life expectancy varies by ZIP code in the Triangle.” August 4, 2015

WUNC – North Carolina Public Radio, “Maps Show Life Expectancy Varies Between Nearby NC Zip Codes.” August 4, 2015 

Chicago Magazine, “Why Washington Park Makes the Most Sense for the Obama Presidential Library.” May 13, 2015

WABE (NPR Affiliate), “Atlanta Population's Life Expectancy Varies By ZIP Code.” May 13, 2015

Atlanta Business Chronicle, “Which Atlanta ZIP codes have the longest life expectancies at birth? (SLIDESHOW).” May 13, 2015

Georgia Health News, “Atlanta Children Born A Few Miles Apart Have Life Expectancy Variance Over 10 Years.” May 12, 2015

Georgia Health News, “Where You’re Born Can Shorten Your Life.” May 11, 2015

VCU News, “National collaborative to test how big data can improve population health.” May 6, 2015

Fast Company, Co.Exist, “10 Maps That Show The Enormous Health Differences In U.S. Cities.” May 4, 2015

Style Weekly, “A Mile Makes a Difference: VCU Researchers Study Life Expectancy in Richmond.” May 1, 2015

Chicago Sun-Times, “Life Expectancy By Chicago L Stops — The Stark Data.” April 30, 2015

Richmond Times-Dispatch, “Williams: Life expectancy in Gilpin Court 20 years shorter than Westover Hills.” April 30, 2015

Vox, “Babies Born 3 Miles Apart In New York Have A 9-Year Life Expectancy Gap.” April, 30, 2015

Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “Where You Live In Atlanta Affects Life Expectancy.” April 29, 2015

Augusta Free Press, “Babies Born Within Five Miles Of Downtown Richmond Face Up To 20-Year Difference In Life Expectancy.” April 29, 2015

Health Canal, “Babies born within five miles of downtown Richmond face up to a 20-year difference in life expectancy.” April 29, 2015

The New York Times, “Same City, But Very Different Life Spans.” April 29, 2015

The Washington Post Wonkblog, “The Long, Painful And Repetitive History Of How Baltimore

Became Baltimore.” April 29, 2015 

WRIC-TV (ABC-TV Affiliate), “Study shows life expectancy varies drastically across RVA.” April 29, 2015

WRVA, “Life Expectancy Map.” April 29, 2015

WTVR-TV (CBS-TV Affiliate), “Why neighbors in one part of Richmond live 20 years longer than those just 5 miles away.” April 29, 2015

Las Vegas Sun, “Where you reside plays a role in how long you live.” March 4, 2015

Las Vegas Journal-Review, “Here’s how long you’ll live based on your Vegas ZIP code.” March 4, 2015

The Louisiana Weekly, “Place matters’ when it comes to a quality education in Orleans Parish, report finds.” December 1, 2014

The Huffington Post, “This Is How Your Education Level Impacts Your Health.” September 26, 2014

Fierce Healthcare, “Lack of education breeds disparities despite equal access to care.” September 24, 2014

The Washington Post, “What your education says about your health.” September 23, 2014

TIME Magazine, “If You Want to See Inequality in the U.S. at Its Worst, Visit an Impound Lot.” August 26, 2014

VCU Center on Society and Health Blog, “The VCU Center on Society and Health Approved for $1.04 Million Funding Award by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute.” July 30, 2014

Albuquerque Journal, “If you want to live a longer life, choose the NE Heights.” February 9, 2014

LinkedIn Post by Risa Lavizzo-Mourey, “Want to Improve US Health? Invest in Pre-K.” January 24, 2014

NBC 12, “Education Editorial: Education and Health.” January 19, 2014

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Blog: NewPublicHealth, “The Links Between Education and Health: An Interview with Steve Woolf.” January 16, 2014 

WCVE (NPR Affiliate), “Study Finds High School Graduates Live Longer Healthier Lives.” January 13, 2014

WTVR, “Children with less education die sooner, according to university study.” January 9, 2014

Medical Xpress, “People with less education are living sicker, shorter lives than ever before.” January 8, 2014

UPI, “Adults with no high school diploma live sicker, shorter lives.” January 8, 2014

Health Canal, “People with less education are living sicker, shorter lives than ever before.” January 7, 2014

Politico featured the policy brief in their morning email digest, January 7, 2014

VCU News, “A conversation with community resident researchers.” November 1, 2013

Real Health, “When It Comes to Health, Place Matters,” October 3, 2013 

MSNBC, “WATCH: GOP Rep defends food stamp cuts as ‘surgical.’” September 19, 2013

The New York Times, “House Plan on Food Stamps Would Cut 5 Million from Program.” July 30, 2013

VCU News, “VCU Study Details Serious Health Impacts of Food Stamp Program Cuts.” June 25, 2013

New Orleans Public Radio, “Community Impact: Orleans Place Matters Using Data For Neighborhood Advocacy.” May 21, 2013

The Heartland Institute, “Maryland Moves Forward With Controversial Chicken-Waste Electricity Project.” April 2, 2013

E&E News, “Chesapeake Bay: Skeptics abound as Md. Promotes poultry waste-to-energy scheme.” March 15, 2013

Daily News-Record, “Pollution Trade-Off.” March 6, 2013

Augusta Free Press, “Report: Energy facility could cause air problems.” March 4, 2013

Richmond Times-Dispatch, “Project engages East End residents in discussions on improving health.” January 27, 2013

Richmond Times-Dispatch, “Richmond’s East End has stark health challenges.” January 27, 2013

WEAA 88.9 FM, “The Marc Steiner Show, Segment 2.” December 12, 2012

Afro, “Baltimore Residents Live Long or Die Young Based on Neighborhood.” November 14, 2012

The Grio, “Neighborhood, not income, linked to Chicago health disparities.” July 31, 2012.

W.K. Kellogg Foundation, “Zip code predicts a difference in life expectancy by as much as 25 years in Orleans Parish.” July 13, 2012

The Louisiana Weekly, “Study links health disparities to life expectancy.” July 2, 2012

New Orleans Public Radio, “Place Matters.” June 22, 2012

NOLA.com, “Life expectancy is low in some parts of New Orleans.” June 20, 2012 

Latino Perspectives Magazine, “Health Care Begins at Home.” June 7, 2012

The Nation’s Health, “County health rankings a call to action on community health: Disparities between counties tracked.” May/June 2012

OneWorld Progressive Institute, Inc, “How Healthy are Our Connecticut Counties? How do the Everyday Decisions We Make about Food and Exercise Affect our Health Overall? The County Health Calculator Can Tell Us.” May 1, 2012

HealthCanal, “VCU Researchers Study Health Disparities in Three Communities Across the Country.” April 12, 2012 

Medical Press, “Place matters when it comes to health.” March 2, 2012 

The Business Journal, “Minority health study revealed at conference.” February 29, 2012 

Fresno State News, “New Report Links Neighborhood Health Differences to Poverty.” February 29, 2012

 

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