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Although there has been a burgeoning literature on quantifying the relationship between various aspects of the residential environment and numerous outcomes for individual adults and children residing in that environment, comparably less attention has been given to uncovering empirically the causal mechanisms that yield these relationships. The paper first(More)
The Geospatial Determinants of Health Outcomes Consortium (GeoDHOC) study investigated ambient air quality across the international border between Detroit, Michigan, USA and Windsor, Ontario, Canada and its association with acute asthma events in 5- to 89-year-old residents of these cities. NO2, SO2, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) were measured at(More)
Background. Racial differences in breast cancer survival may be in part due to variation in patterns of care. To better understand factors influencing survival disparities, we evaluated patterns of receipt of adjuvant chemotherapy among 2,234 women with invasive, nonmetastatic breast cancer treated at the Henry Ford Health System (HFHS) from 1996 through(More)
(2008). Income diversity within neighborhoods and very low-income familites. Abstract The past decades have witnessed increasing concern over the family ills engendered by neighborhoods inhabited overwhelmingly by families with limited resources. This study focuses on a different sort of residential context—neighborhoods with substantial income mixing—and(More)
1 " A striking new level of racial and ethnic mixing occurred in the nation's major metropolitan areas during the 1990s. " ■ The number of predominantly white neighborhoods fell by 30 percent during the 1990s. Neighborhoods with a mixed white and Hispanic or Asian population replaced predominantly white communities as the most common neighborhood type by(More)
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