Homelessness as Social Determinant of Health


Kenora Daily Miner and News writer, Nikki Spencer discusses that having a safe place to live in can be attributed to health in many ways.

According to Spencer, the biggest social determinant of health is poor living conditions. Many people who cannot afford permanent housing are prompted to sleep on the streets or live with other people's quarters that enable transference of various diseases.

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