Supporting Cleveland's Health

Cleveland Grocery

From the Fall/Winter 2022 Think Magazine

This past summer, a team of student interns from the CWRU School of Medicine’s Prevention Research Center for Healthy Neighborhoods crisscrossed Cleveland to identify what could be found on grocery shelves, from cigarettes and potato chips to milk and fresh vegetables.

The effort was part of a decade-long food and tobacco survey conducted annually and led by university faculty. It has become a vital resource not only for researchers studying the city’s structural inequities, but also for policymakers seeking solutions.

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