With "geomedicine," doctors study how location affects health

02/6/2013 | Washington Post, The

Medical professionals are researching the link between location and health as part of a growing field known as "geomedicine." Spatial epidemiologist Dr. Ethan Berke said having more information about his patients' daily travels could help him to give them more relevant medical advice. "Place should be a vital sign," he said.

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