Links roundup

A few things that passed across my rss feed/tweetdeck/other input strand recently:

  • Thoughts on predicting which mega-urban areas are most vulnerable to epidemics (h/t Matt Watson, @BioAndBaseball).
  • Kings Fund study finds increasing inequality in behavioural risk factors by income & education (cf Victora’s Inverse equity hypothesis).
  • A new data visualization tumblr from the World Bank.
  • An brief-ish article (paywalled, sorry) that promos a new book on envisioning Public Health ecologically, from two UK Food Policy researchers.
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