driving and obesity, driving atlanta, driving and health
AP/Ric Feld
Motorists on the freeway outside of Atlanta,
one of the U.S.'s sprawling cities that is
more car than pedestrian friendly.

Newer Sprawling Cities Mean More Driving, Poor Health for Residents

June 16, 2010
by Haley A. Lovett
Cities in the United States that are unfriendly toward pedestrians may also contribute to rising obesity rates, as driving takes the place of walking for work commutes and errands.