Higher-density living can make us healthier, but not on its own

There are some potential health benefits of living in our higher density cities writes… By Jennifer Kent, University of Sydney In cities across the country, the promotion of higher residential densities in certain areas has become an orthodox part of urban planning. Consolidation, as opposed to sprawl, is seen as a way to accommodate the…

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