Moving neighborhoods can improve the health of poor families
When low-income Americans are concentrated in substandard homes in struggling or violent neighborhoods, it has tangible consequences for well-being. Research confirms that moving families into less segregated neighborhoods improves overall health, and some communities are giving families vouchers to relocate. Special correspondent Sarah Varney of Kaiser Health News reports.
Aired: 12/21/17Video has closed captioning.
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