Longitudinal Associations of Neighborhood-level Racial Residential Segregation with Obesity Among Blacks.

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BACKGROUND Despite 50 years since the passage of the Fair Housing Act of 1968, the majority of black Americans continue to live in highly segregated communities. Differing exposure to obesogenic environments in segregated neighborhoods may contribute to racial disparities in obesity prevalence. METHODS We used prospective data from the Coronary Artery… (More)
DOI: 10.1097/EDE.0000000000000792

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@article{Pool2018LongitudinalAO, title={Longitudinal Associations of Neighborhood-level Racial Residential Segregation with Obesity Among Blacks.}, author={Lindsay R. Pool and Mercedes R. Carnethon and David C. Goff and Penny Gordon-Larsen and Whitney R. Robinson and Kiarri N. Kershaw}, journal={Epidemiology}, year={2018}, volume={29 2}, pages={207-214} }