Something banal this way comes.
Thursday, October 7
The RAND Corporation has completed one of the first studies to analyze the relationship between suburban sprawl and health:
Researchers found that people who live in areas with a high degree of suburban sprawl are more likely to report chronic health problems such as high blood pressure, arthritis, headaches and breathing difficulties than people who live in less sprawling areas.
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