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Cars vs. Health: UW's Moudon, Dannenberg Contribute to Lancet Series on Urban Planning, Public Health

Automobiles -- and the planning and infrastructure to support them -- are making our cities sick, says an international group of researchers now publishing a three-part series in the British medical journal The Lancet.
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