Researchers study link between neighborhoods and health

09/19/2012 | Atlantic Cities, The

People who live in neighborhoods that aren't walkable are more likely to be diagnosed with diabetes, according to new research that was conducted in Toronto. "[T]he way we structure and build our cities will play an increasingly greater role in shaping the health of the world's population," the researchers note.

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