Diminishing health benefits of living in cities for children and teens

The advantages of living in cities for children and adolescents’ healthy growth and development are shrinking across much of the world, according to a new global analysis of trends in child and adolescent height and body mass index (BMI). The study was led by researchers at Imperial College London and published in Nature under the title, “Diminishing benefits of urban living for children and adolescents’ health.”

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