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Designing for the modern working mom
Jeff Sessions Should Support Gun Violence Research Regardless Of His Beliefs
APHA 2016: Improving Urban Health Through Green Spaces
Wellness Rooms – Here and Now
Why Cleaning Up Abandoned Lots Can Reduce Shootings
Neighborhoods Can Shape Success — Down to the Level of a City Block
Can We Fix American Cities by Tearing Them Down?
6 proven policies for reducing crime and violence without gun control
Why Aren’t Urban Planners Ready for Driverless Cars?
Could 'Broken Windows' Policy Reduce Teen Homicide Rates?
Location a key factor in violence risk, Penn study finds
Simple Changes in Bad Neighborhoods Might Lower Teen Murder Rates
Wellness Rooms – Here and Now
How Do You Fight Poverty? With the World's Biggest Flower Show
Can building design make you healthy?
Unos cambios sencillos en los vecindarios marginados podrían reducir las tasas de asesinatos de adolescentes
Fixing Blighted Properties Creates Positive Social Change
How the Block You Live on Affects Your Shot at Success
Another Reason to Love Urban Green Space: It Fights Crime
In Philly your zip code sets your life expectancy
Bringing Better Health Outcomes to South Philadelphia
Do certain neighborhood features lower the chance of teen homicide?
Research shows fixing urban blight may reduce youth homicide, violence
How Cities are Starting to Turn Back Decades of Creeping Urban Blight
Building Repairs May Lower Crime Rates
Your Commute Could Help You Lose Weight
Repaired vacant houses coincide with a drop in crime
GreenSpace: Phila. storm-water plan seen to have wider positives
Green Space in Cities May Soothe the Heart
The Power of Green
Low-cost Fixes on Abandoned Properties Can Reduce Crime
Basic Gun Violence Research Is Seriously Underfunded
Renovating Inner City Buildings Can Reduce Crime
A Dose of Window Repair Leads to Crime Reduction
Grant funds youth violence prevention work in Camden
6 Shocking Perks of City Living, According to Science
Grant funds study of blight-reduction efforts on violence
New study tracks paths of assault victims before the attack
Could Trees Help Stop Crime?
Why Cities Are Safer Than Rural Areas: 5 Surprising Facts
No Harm Done From 'Scoop and Run' Police Transport Policy
Good Guys, Bad Guys and Guns
Public Health Approaches to Fight Crime
The Urbanist Case for Rowdy-Ass Bars
7 Benefits to Bringing Back Nature to Cities
Police transport a good bet for shooting victims, study finds
Growing research shows gardens good for health
There's cold comfort for Phila. on bedbugs
Does urban greening boost public health?
Not Easy in the Big Easy: Curbing youth violence in New Orleans and Beyond
In Town vs. Country, It Turns Out That Cities Are the Safest Places to Live
In Terms of Injury, Cities Safer Than Country
Crime-Fighting Trees Transform Philly
You're More Likely to Die a Violent Death in Rural America Than in a City
Can Greening a Blighted Vacant Lot Make People Safer and Healthier?
Partnering to Study Philadelphia's Urban Forest
Lots of Potential, Blight's Out
A Greener Chicago Would be a Safer Chicago
When More Lots are Vacant in Neighborhood, Crime Rises
Our Unhealthy Fear of Vacant Land
Greening Vacant Lots to Reduce Violence?
In Philadelphia, Vacant Lots Go Green
New Public Health. Power in Greening
Trayvon Martin Case Also About Guns
A Greener, Safer Empty Lot
Neighborhood Cleanups are Good for Health and Safety
Greens, Not Guns
Plant Tomatoes, Harvest Lower Crime Rates
Trees Fight Crime
Beautifying a Neighborhood May Make it Safer
High-Risk Streets Lead to High-Risk Bedrooms
A Positive Outlook for Urban Greening of Vacant Lots
Plans for exhibit on asbestos industry’s impact in Ambler
Penn Study Links Vacant Lot Cleanups, Reduced Gun Crime
Finding the Potential in Vacant Lots
Greening Vacant Lots Linked to Reduced Gun Violence
Cleaner, Greener and Healthier
How Small Community Parks May Make Cities Safer, More Healthy
The Park of a Thousand Pieces
City Fighting Crime by Removing Grime
Greening Vacant City Lots Could Improve Residents' Health
Riders Who Take Mass Transit Regularly May Lose Weight
Shootings Linked to Alcohol-to-Go Outlets, Study Finds
Spending more on education and private security to cut crime
L.A.'s business improvement districts help reduce crime, study finds
Getting Slim Just by Riding the Subway
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