Where We Live Matters for Our Health: the Links Between Housing and Health

Posted on September 1, 2008 by Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Where we live is at the very core of our daily lives. For most Americans, home represents a place of safety, security, and shelter, where families come together. Housing generally represents an American family’s greatest single expenditure, and, for homeowners, their most significant source of wealth. Given its importance, it is not surprising that factors related to housing have the… Read More

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