If Poor Neighborhood = Poor Health, Relocation Is One Solution

When low-income Americans are concentrated in substandard properties in struggling or violent neighborhoods, it has tangible penalties for well-being. Research confirms that shifting households into much less segregated neighborhoods improves general well being, and a few communities are giving households vouchers to relocate. Kaiser Health News correspondent Sarah Varney and PBS Newshour producer Jason Kane filed this story that begins in St. Louis.

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