Individual socio-demographic factors and perceptions of the environment as determinants of inequalities in adolescent physical and psychological health: the Olympic Regeneration in East London (ORiEL) study.
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Populations living in urban areas experience greater health inequalities as well as higher absolute burdens of illness. It is well-established that a range of social and environmental factors determine these differences. Less is known about the relative importance of these factors in determining adolescent health within a super diverse urban context.
AuthorsSmith, NR; Lewis, DJ; Fahy, A; Eldridge, S; Taylor, SJ; Moore, DG; Clark, C; Stansfeld, SA; Cummins, S
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