Green neighborhoods, food retail and childhood overweight: differences by population density.

Abstract

PURPOSE This study examines relationships between overweight in children and two environmentalfactors--amount of vegetation surrounding a child's place of residence and proximity of the child's residence to various types of food retail locations. We hypothesize that living in greener neighborhoods, farther from fast food restaurants, and closer to… (More)

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