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WASHINGTON — Here in the U.S., it’s “in” to study the social determinants of health.

There are programs at Columbia and Emory dedicated to the field. Papers on the topic garner thousands of citations.The federal health department has even crafted an entire plan for addressing this topic, which is broadly defined as the ways a person’s environment impacts their health.

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