Study by Antwan Jones and Gregory D. Squires becomes subject of an editorial in Psychology Today

Editorial on "Ecological Associations Between Inclusionary Zoning Policies and Cardiovascular Disease Risk Prevalence "

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September 22, 2021

The study by Antwan Jones and Gregory D. Squires, "Ecological Associations Between Inclusionary Zoning Policies and Cardiovascular Disease Risk Prevalence " which was published by the medical journal Circulation, was the subject of an editorial in Psychology Today, September 20.  In this, the author notes 3 key takeaways from their research. 

1. Municipalities with more affordable housing tend to see better heart health among their residents.

2. Improved access to stable and affordable housing has been shown to lower crime and improve access to education and healthcare.

3. Inclusionary zoning policies are associated with greater income and racial integration.