Green space is one component of the built environment but it is one that is essential for our mental health and well-being Studies have shown that green spaces may reduce stress and promote relaxation thereby contributing to improved mental health. This paper explores whether neighbourhood income (an ecological-level factor) moderates the relationship between green space […]
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The purpose of this scoping review is to identify interventions that have improved aspects of refugee social capital resulting in improved health in other cities. Implementing these kinds of interventions locally has promise for improved health and health equity for refugee populations here at home in the GTA.
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This systematic review of peer-reviewed literature focuses on identifying which home-based indoor air quality interventions have shown to reduce asthma morbidity among low-income children.
Asthma is the most common childhood chronic disease, with approximately 13 percent of children in Ontario diagnosed with the condition. Childhood asthma is associated with higher rates of disability, school absences, and poor academic performance. The household environment is a key determinant of health for those living with asthma. This paper describes how current multi-trigger, multicomponent […]