Fast-food Density And Neighborhood Walkability Linked To Residents' Weight And Waist Size

Sunday, March 8, 2009 - 22:21 in Health & Medicine

Scientists show that a high-density of fast food outlets was associated with an increase of three pounds in weight and .8 inches in waist circumference among neighborhood residents who frequently ate at those restaurants.

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