Renovated public housing tied to fewer repeat ER visits for kids

December 15, 2014 5:42 PM

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(Reuters Health) - Kids living in renovated public housing were less likely to repeatedly need emergency medical care than kids living in run-down public housing, a new study found.

“The study really shows a direct link between kids’ health, the use of emergency rooms and the type of housing they’re in,” said Nancy Adler, the senior researcher on the study.

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