A Study Confirms What Inner-city Workers Already Knew: Street Life Kills

Meryl Smith Lawton
SEE Magazine | December 23, 2009
Marginally housed Canadians are dying sooner than their counterparts in the general population, according to a study: Men living in rooming houses, shelters, and hotels have a 30 percent chance of surviving to 75, compared to a 60 percent chance for men in the general population.
Contact for Reprint Rights
  • Address: 11230 119th Street, Suite 200, Edmonton, AB T5G 2X3
  • Phone: (708) 430-9003