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How renting could affect your health

Housing quality can affect the health and security of residents. Image: REUTERS/Neil Hall

Amy Clair

Research Fellow in Social Policy, University of Essex

Amanda Hughes

Senior Research Associate in Epidemiology, University of Bristol

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