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Big Cities Are Healthier Than Small Communities? Residents Of These Five Large Metropolises Are Happier, Claims Study

Big cities have been surprisingly found to be healthier than small and secluded communities. The research that offers the uncharacteristic conclusion claims the large metropolises often offer and encourage a healthier lifestyle owing to the various infrastructural amenities. Large cities have people who are happier and healthier as compared to small communities, claims a new.
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