Perceived Physical and Social Residential Environment and Preterm Delivery in African-American Women.

Abstract

Perceptions of the residential environment may be associated with preterm delivery (PTD), though few studies exist. Data from the Life-course Influences on Fetal Environments (LIFE) Study (metropolitan Detroit, Michigan, 2009-2011) were used to examine whether perceptions of the current social and physical environment were associated with PTD rates among… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/aje/kwv106

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@article{SealyJefferson2015PerceivedPA, title={Perceived Physical and Social Residential Environment and Preterm Delivery in African-American Women.}, author={Shawnita Sealy-Jefferson and Carmen Giurgescu and Laura Helmkamp and Dawn P Misra and Theresa L. Osypuk}, journal={American journal of epidemiology}, year={2015}, volume={182 6}, pages={485-93} }