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Why older cities are actually better for your health: VIDEO

By Business Insider | August 08, 2015 10:08AM

Wesley Marshall, a civil engineer at the University of Colorado, Denver, found that older cities are actually safer for their residents than many newer ones. He also found that the number of intersections a city has correlates to lower rates of high blood pressure and diabetes. Check out the video below to see why.

Video courtesy of Inside Science