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Goodman M, Lyons S, Dean LT, Arroyo C and Hipp JA (2018) How Segregation Makes Us Fat: Food Behaviors and Food Environment as Mediators of the Relationship Between Residential Segregation and Individual Body Mass Index. Front. Public Health 6:92. doi: 10.3389/fpubh.2018.00092
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Goodman, Melody; Lyons, Sarah; Dean, Lorraine T.; Arroyo, Cassandra; and Hipp, James Aaron, ,"How segregation makes us fat: Food behaviors and food environment as mediators of the relationship between residential segregation and individual body mass index." Frontiers in Public Health.6,. 92. (2018).