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U.S. Community Health

Provides resources for students to understand and complete the requirements of the course, including participation in the class blog, the community assessment paper and the aggregate (scholarly) paper.

Natural Environment

Includes geographic features, weather, water and air quality, exposures to evironmental toxins, etc.

Built Environment

Includes urban planning, transportation systems, building design, work environments and many other man-made factors.

See also: Housing resources under the "Economic Stability" tab.