Suburbia makes you fat

Suburbs built without sidewalks are strongly correlated with net weight gain for residents of those regions: John Q. Roundass of the Levittown Roundasses, at your service.
All other factors being equal, each extra degree of sprawl meant extra weight, less walking, and a little more high blood pressure, he concluded. Someone living in the most sprawling county - Geauga County outside Cleveland - would weigh 6.3 pounds more than if that same person lived in the most compact area, Manhattan.
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