The dynamics of income and neighborhood context for population health: Do long-term measures of socioeconomic status explain more of the black/white health disparity than single-point-in-time measures?
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KeywordsRacial health disparities Neighborhood effects USA Socioeconomic status (SES) Longitudinal;
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