Science Reporter at The Globe and Mail, Jan 24, 13.
The city state: How urban design affects our health
Matt Dietrichson, Jan 15, 13.
Public health officials believe city planning needs to begin addressing the living conditions of the poor.
Matt Dietrichson, Jan 11, 13.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas has committed $750,000 to expand Houston B-cycle, ensuring more healthy transportation alternatives in the city.
Matt Dietrichson, Dec 06, 12.
Health departments across the country are acknowledging the need for significant action in response to the array of health risks brought on by climate change.
Matt Dietrichson, Jul 09, 12.
New research reveals many aspects of health care in Texas are abysmally poor compared to the rest of the country.
Matt Dietrichson, May 09, 12.
The Institute of Medicine has released a new report on obesity in America, recommending five key strategies for addressing the problem.
Matt Dietrichson, Apr 11, 12.
A newly released paper questions why health impacts aren't always considered when evaluating transportation projects and policies.
Cities Editor at Grist, May 20, 11.
Residents of less walkable areas are at increased risk of obesity and diabetes.
Vilas Bhuchar, Dec 13, 10.
NYC's Health Commissioner Thomas Farley said urban design is a vital component of effective public health policy during a November transportation summit.
Vilas Bhuchar, Sep 15, 10.
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