A new take on the 'broken windows' theory
from USGlass News Network
A new study that came out this month from the Urban League suggests that replacing broken windows and missing doors on blighted, uninhabited properties is a cost-effective way to increase the health, safety and well-being of residents in poor urban neighborhoods. The report, Urban Blight and Public Health, shows that more than five million families in the U.S. live in substandard housing. These structures can contribute to a variety of physical and mental health problems, such as asthma, lead poisoning and depression.
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