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Advantage in the Aftermath

In the wake of natural disasters, high levels of displacement and the need for redevelopment opens the door for a widespread shift in neighborhood economic status.

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Move Along, Now

Increased anti-homeless laws and complaint-based policing practices make it more difficult for homeless individuals to be rehoused.

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Pharmacy Deserts

Twenty-four percent of all LA County census tracts are pharmacy deserts. But they are not created equal.

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The Meaning of Greenery

Studies show access to green space improves mental health and reduces the risk of dying from cardiovascular disease. But does all green space yield the same health benefits?

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In Plain Site

Safe consumption sites can decrease overdose mortality and drug use—yet, in the US, politics and assumptions hinder legislation allowing such sites.

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The Hues of Heroism

Health care workers of color are over five times likelier to develop Covid-19 than the general public—and their households face worse health outcomes.

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Streets Made for Walking

Simple changes in built environment features can increase exercise rates, improve mental wellbeing, and lower mortality.

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Read Between the Tweets

Social media doesn’t just read our minds; it can help shape our health behaviors.

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Dying to Get a Mortgage

Homeowners reap a multitude of benefits compared to renters—including accumulation of wealth, long-term stability, and overall better health—yet systemic racism denies many the opportunity for homeownership.

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Women’s Work

As long as our current gender roles levy more domestic work on women, their productivity is at risk.

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