Cities and Urbanization

How the right city designs can help us live longer and better

Meeting green space recommendations can help improve our health. Image: REUTERS/Francois Lenoir

Rizka Maulida

PhD researcher in behavioural epidemiology and urban health, University of Cambridge

Tolu Oni

Director, Global Diet and Activity Research Group and Network, MRC Epidemiology, University of Cambridge

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