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Homes and health in the Outer Hebrides: A social prescribing framework for addressing fuel poverty and the social determinants of health
Health services are increasingly being reshaped with reference to addressing social determinants of health (SDoH), with so...
Getting lost with dementia: Encounters with the time-space of not knowing
In this paper we explore the experience and implications of getting lost with dementia. While getting lost has become cult...
‘Loob’ and ‘labas’: Spatial constructions of safety and risk amid the COVID-19 pandemic in the Philippines
Available online 21 November 2022, 102929Author links open overlay panelAbstractThis article argues that local constructio...
Exposure to local violent crime and childhood obesity and fitness: Evidence from New York City public school students
Neighborhoods are an important social determinant of health. Neighborhood crime, in particular, has been associated with w...
Structural racism and adverse maternal health outcomes: A systematic review
Pregnancy-related complications are urgent public health crises in the United States (Howell, 2018). The U.S. has more tha...
“You can feel it in the air”: The institutional atmosphere of the psychiatric hospital for prisoners
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Neighborhood characteristics and opioid use disorder among older medicare beneficiaries: An examination of the role of the COVID-19 pandemic
The prevalence of opioid use disorder (OUD) among older Medicare beneficiaries (age 65+) has increased substantially since...
The effects of metro interventions on physical activity and walking among older adults: A natural experiment in Hong Kong
This paper provides causal inference on how transport intervention affects moderate-to-vigorous physical activity (MVPA) a...
Does hospital location matter? Association of neighborhood socioeconomic disadvantage with hospital quality in US metropolitan settings
An aspect of a hospital's location, such as its degree of socioeconomic disadvantage, could potentially affect quality rat...
Gender, caring work, and the embodiment of kufungisisa: Findings from a global health intervention in Shurugwi District, Zimbabwe
This paper analyses the findings from qualitative interviews conducted as part of a cross-disciplinary pilot study into th...
COVID-19 and deprivation amplification: An ecological study of geographical inequalities in mortality in England
‘Deprivation amplification’ is used to understand the relationship between deprivation, scale and COVID-19 mortality rates...
Residential history and changes in perceived health—The Northern Finland Birth Cohort 1966 study
Neighbourhood socioeconomic status and physical access to amenities and greenness are factors that have been associated wi...
Historic racism in Kansas City affects Today's pediatric asthma burden
Volume 78, November 2022, 102927Highlights•Historic structural racism impacts present day child respiratory health.•Identi...
Assessing the association between urban features and human physiological stress response using wearable sensors in different urban contexts
Public open space (POS) plays a significant role in fostering human health and wellbeing in cities. A major limitation of ...
The experience of individuals affected by Australia's international border closure during the COVID-19 pandemic
This study explored the experiences of individuals who reported being negatively affected by Australia's international bor...
Spatial and socioeconomic inequities in liveability in Australia’S 21 largest cities: Does city size matter?
Volume 78, November 2022, 102899Highlights•Greater efforts are needed to avoid widening health inequities as cities grow a...
Neighbourhood crime and major depression in Sweden: A national cohort study
BackgroundThe association between neighbourhood crime and major depression (MD) has been described before but previous stu...
How place matters for smoking cessation: Barriers to smoking cessation among low-income Black women
African Americans start smoking later in life, yet they are less likely to quit smoking than other racial/ethnic groups. D...
Reduction in socioeconomic inequalities in self-reported mental health conditions with increasing greenspace exposure
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Associations of residential greenspace exposure and fetal growth across four areas in Spain
An accumulating body of evidence has associated exposure to greenspace with improved birth outcomes, including higher birt...
From scary places to therapeutic landscapes: Voices from the community of people living with schizophrenia
This article discusses how people living with schizophrenia experience, understand, and respond to their urban environment...
The social ecology of COVID-19 prevalence and risk in montreal, QC, Canada
This descriptive study examined the social ecology of COVID-19 risk exposure across Montreal (Quebec, Canada) by comparing...
Urban social determinants of non-communicable diseases risk factors in Argentina
Volume 77, September 2022, 102611Highlights•City-, neighborhood- and individual-level education shape non-communicable dis...
Wandering epizootics and zones of emergence: Constructing yellow fever endemicity in Africa
Volume 77, September 2022, 102770Highlights•Examines historical understanding of yellow fever epidemiology in Africa.•Docu...
Rebounding Malaria and the failures of eradication in Zanzibar: The World Health Organization campaign and the after effects, 1957–1985
Volume 77, September 2022, 102842Highlights•The WHO failed to eliminate malaria in Zanzibar in the 1950s–1960s.•The ending...
Soil and human health: Understanding agricultural and socio-environmental risk and resilience in the age of climate change
Volume 77, September 2022, 102799Highlights•Continued monocropping of peanut from colonial and post-colonial regimes have ...
Postscript: A pandemic read on African health and environmental histories
Volume 77, September 2022, 102846Highlights•Contributions highlight cumulative effects of past processes on disease emerge...
Towards cultural landscapes of care
Available online 17 September 2022, 102909AbstractThis paper sets out a theoretical agenda for Cultural Landscapes of Care...