Ranking of cities according to public health criteria: pitfalls and opportunities.

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Popular magazines often rank cities in terms of various aspects of quality of life. Such ranking studies can motivate people to visit or relocate to a particular city or increase the frequency with which they engage in healthy behaviors. With careful consideration of study design and data limitations, these efforts also can assist policymakers in… (More)

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@article{Ham2004RankingOC, title={Ranking of cities according to public health criteria: pitfalls and opportunities.}, author={Sandra A. Ham and S M Levin and Amy I. Zlot and Richard R Andrews and Rebecca Miles}, journal={American journal of public health}, year={2004}, volume={94 4}, pages={546-9} }