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City signs on to help bridge gaps to healthier neighborhoods

Boston began unveiling ZIP code biilboards for its campaign emphasizing that where you live matters to your health. Boston began unveiling ZIP code biilboards for its campaign emphasizing that where you live matters to your health. (Boston Public Health Commission)
By Stephen Smith
Globe Staff / September 17, 2010

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In Boston, it is a time of the signs. On three dozen roadway billboards and almost a score of T placards, some of the most defining digits in our lives — ZIP codes — started sprouting this week. The message, scheduled to be formally unveiled today, is subtle but powerful: Where you live matters when it comes to health. (Full article: 629 words)

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