Health of the Hood – What Makes the Mills College Neighborhood Healthy?
Sunday, January 27, 2013
By Katherine Brown - When trying to identify what makes my neighborhood healthy, I was hard pressed to find glaring examples of what is traditionally associated with “healthy living.” There aren’t any farmers markets, open green spaces, bike lanes, etc. The street that I live on is residential and is pretty quiet, and in some instances, kind of boring.
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