alexa Abstract | Homeless:a high risk group for the public health

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Homelessness is a major social and public health problem affecting both developed and developing countries. Homelessness is defined as the conditions that contribute to the absence of customary access to a conventional residence or dwelling. Available estimates suggest that the number of homeless people is growing rapidly. In this regard, it is estimated that more than 100 million of persons worldwide experience homelessness and live in shelters, parks or vehicles1,2. Homelessness is being increased overtime and is associated with dire implications for public health and thus for health care systems.

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Author(s): Babatsikou Fotoula

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