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Lead levels in blood and saliva in a low-income population of Detroit, Michigan.Academic Article Why?
Neighborhood-Level Interventions to Improve Childhood Opportunity and Lift Children Out of Poverty.Academic Article Why?
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And you thought the nation's economy was doing well: children remain in poverty.Academic Article Why?
Dentistry and childhood poverty in the United States.Academic Article Why?
Neighborhood poverty and injection cessation in a sample of injection drug users.Academic Article Why?
Noma in Laos: stigma of severe poverty in rural Asia.Academic Article Why?
Resilience to urban poverty: theoretical and empirical considerations for population health.Academic Article Why?
And you thought the nation's economy was doing well--children remain in poverty: Part II.Academic Article Why?
Cancer and poverty: breaking the cycle.Academic Article Why?
Child Poverty: New Opportunities for Pediatricians.Academic Article Why?
Double jeopardy: the impact of poverty on early child development.Academic Article Why?
Food security, poverty, and human development in the United States.Academic Article Why?
High Alcohol Concentration Products Associated With Poverty and State Alcohol Policies.Academic Article Why?
Poverty grown up: how childhood socioeconomic status impacts adult health.Academic Article Why?
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