The effects of hous­ing quality on morbidity: preliminary findings of the Johns Hopkins lon­gitudinal study

| Wilner DM | Price­Walkley R | Glasser MN | Tayback M

This report presents preliminary morbidity data from the study of the effects of improved housing on physical and mental health. 18 months of rehoused experience reveals no gross difference in physical mortality between test and control families; possible explanations are offered.

Journal: Am J Public Health|Publication Date: 1958|Issue: 48:1607­15