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posted 03/25/13

Andrew Doughman's Work

One of the public health trends these days appears to be a focus on the built environment. Here's how I reported on the connection between improving where people live and bettering their health.

A multimillion-dollar revitalization plan for Spartanburg's Northside neighborhood gives current residents hope after seeing how a similar plan improved the education, welfare and health of residents in a similar area of Atlanta.

There's a new attitude at Cleveland Academy of Leadership elementary school, where students deal with tough realities that children shouldn't have to face, such as crime and poverty. The idea is to improve the school so it becomes a magnate for families looking for a good neighborhood and school.