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Poor neighborhoods create misfortune, ill health

Residents of poorer Chicago neighborhoods are more likely to suffer terrible life events -- and they may get sick as a result, according to a new study of 343 neighborhoods. Misfortune can come in many forms -- from a mugging to a job loss to the death of a loved one -- and the stress involved often leads to anxiety, depression and other illnesses.
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