According to a study featured in the American Journal of Preventive Health and conducted by the University of California, Berkeley, children who live in walkable “smart growth” neighborhoods get 46 percent more exercise, or 10 minutes more exercise daily, than children who live in “conventional” communities designed for driving.


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