There's a striking correlation between driving and obesity. Could a future with fewer cars help reverse one of our most pressing health crises?
We're eating bigger portions of highly processed foods, all the time, on every street corner. But what about the other factors that correspond with increasing rates of obesity, like driving, on average, 37 miles every day?
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