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Food access near schools and homes illuminated for children in New York city

Science Daily Wednesday, 12 June 2019
A study of nearly 800,000 schoolchildren in New York City shows that Black, Hispanic, and Asian students live and go to school closer to both healthy and unhealthy food outlets than do White students.
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