09 Mar 2020

Developing Countries Could Get Sick Before They Get Rich. Policy Can Help

Improved human well-being is one of the modern era’s greatest triumphs. The age of plenty

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24 Feb 2020

Is Your City Making You Fat? How Urban Planning Can Address The Obesity Epidemic

New disease outbreaks, like the novel coronavirus that recently emerged in China’s Hubei province, generate

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11 May 2016

How To Actually Make Parks Actively Liveable

Parks are central to the concept of liveable cities. They are an important public resource

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29 Apr 2016

As More Of Asia Prospers, Obesity Becomes A Weighty Deal

Extra body weight has long been associated with wealth, as evident from Renaissance art to

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15 Jan 2016

How Cities And Obesity Are Intertwined

In a city like Lausanne, Switzerland, urban planning could be both a cause of and

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05 Nov 2015

The Fattest States In America In 2015

“Fat” may be the new normal in America. Drawing on data from the Centers for

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11 May 2015

Declining Walkability Plays Big Role In China’s Obesity Problem

But it’s the middle class, not the poor who may pay the biggest price.  

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03 Feb 2015

Rethinking Our Cities To Fight Obesity

Using urban planning to help fight obesity by putting people on a design-based diet that

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