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What reason do studies show why more people with high blood pressure and diabetes live In the suburbs than in the city?

1.There are much better doctors in the city who treat those diseases more effectively.

2.(People re not as physically active and rely on cars more than those who live in urban areas.)

3.There is more pollution in mixed-use developments than in urban sprawl.

4.There are more parks are in the suburbs, providing more areas to be active.

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1. I agree.

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2. Thanks!

I actually have two more questions/ here they are

1.How can a city or town affect a teen’s health?

a.the amount of tall buildings it has

b.the distance between gas

c.(the pollution or smog level)

d.the number of free concerts in the summer

2.A dandruff shampoo claims it can eliminate all dandruff flakes for six months. Which would be a good strategy for proving the claim is true?

a.Ask the one person you know who used it to verify if it worked for her.

b.Ask the cashier if a lot of people have purchased this product.

c.(Search online to see if the claims can be verified by scientific studies.)

d.Buy it and just test it yourself over the next six months.

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