Homes and Health by P-TaylorFrancis

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									Homes and Health
Author: Bernard Ineichen
Description

This book links where people live with their health. The author reviews how housing has influenced health
throughout the past hundred and fifty years, discusses in detail current issues concerning housing and
health and describes attempts at housing particular groups whose health is at risk.
Reviews

'a concise review of recent research across a range of housing tenures and types.'



'The book is a useful and compact compendium on the interactions of housing and health.'



'covers an astonishingly wide range of material...a useful source of reference for public health and housing
professionals. This is an interesting and thoughtfully constructed book which fills a major gap in the
undergraduate and professional textbook market. It is easy to read and exceptionally informative. It
deserves to become a standard text.'

								
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