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Ghost of Home Construction Past

The city of Detroit is in a unique position to offer insight into the prevalence of asbestos in older homes while taking responsibility for demolition.

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Contaminating Children

Current guidance from the EPA considers lead concentration in soil below 100 ppm as a low-risk category despite significant risks for children.

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Mapping Environmental Justice

Environmental justice mapping is one way to identify and work with communities most impacted by environmental health disparities.

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Maternal Mistreatment

Understanding women’s lived experiences during and after pregnancy is essential to optimize birth outcomes and reduce maternal mortality in women of color.

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Visualizing Climate Change

The goal of the vulnerability mapping is to help public health agencies and communities understand the interactions between climate, people, and health.

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Scripts After School Shootings

School shootings in America have become something of a new norm, yet little is known about how survivors cope over the following months and years.

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Paying Your Climate Debt

Climate change is now considered one of the leading threats to public health worldwide. So, how will you choose to pay your climate debt?

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Wrong-to-Carry Laws

States passed right-to-carry laws under the expectation that they would decrease crimes. Evidence now contradicts the basic premise of right-to-carry laws.

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Immigration Integration

Welcoming cities often include within their plans a component of actions and indicators related to public health and health equity.

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Double Down on Double up

In 2009, Michigan began the Double Up Food Bucks program, expanding options for SNAP beneficiaries to spend on fruits and vegetables.

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