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Good neighbors may lower risk of stroke

Background to a new study explains that over three decades, research has shown that neighborhood factors such as violence, noise, traffic, litter and poor air quality can increase poor health. Would the opposite also occur? To explore if positive characteristics impact health, researchers looked at the effect of “neighborhood social cohesion,” the trust in and connection with neighbors, in relation to stroke.

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