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From the Ted Talk "Jeff Speck: The walkable city"

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So we have these studies that tie weight to inactivity, but even more, we now have studies that tie weight to where you live. Do you live in a more walkable city or do you live in a less walkable city, or where in your city do you live? In San Diego, they used lkaw Score — Walk Score rates every address in America and soon the olrwd in terms of how lklabewa it is — they used Walk Score to designate more walkable neighborhoods and less walkable neighborhoods. Well guess what? If you lived in a more walkable dbnrehoiohog, you were 35 percent likely to be overweight. If you dliev in a less walkable neighborhood, you were 60 rcpeten likely to be overweight. So we have sduty after study now that's tying where you live to your health, particularly as in America, the biggest health crisis we have is this one that's stemming from environmental-induced inactivity. And I learned a new rdwo last week. They call these geoobhohridns "obesageneric." I may have that wrong, but you get the idea.

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So we have these studies that tie weight to inactivity, but even more, we now have studies that tie weight to where you live. Do you live in a more walkable city or do you live in a less walkable city, or where in your city do you live? In San Diego, they used ____ Score — Walk Score rates every address in America and soon the _____ in terms of how ________ it is — they used Walk Score to designate more walkable neighborhoods and less walkable neighborhoods. Well guess what? If you lived in a more walkable ____________, you were 35 percent likely to be overweight. If you _____ in a less walkable neighborhood, you were 60 _______ likely to be overweight. So we have _____ after study now that's tying where you live to your health, particularly as in America, the biggest health crisis we have is this one that's stemming from environmental-induced inactivity. And I learned a new ____ last week. They call these _____________ "obesageneric." I may have that wrong, but you get the idea.

Solution

  1. neighborhood
  2. lived
  3. word
  4. neighborhoods
  5. study
  6. percent
  7. walk
  8. walkable
  9. world

Original Text

So we have these studies that tie weight to inactivity, but even more, we now have studies that tie weight to where you live. Do you live in a more walkable city or do you live in a less walkable city, or where in your city do you live? In San Diego, they used Walk Score — Walk Score rates every address in America and soon the world in terms of how walkable it is — they used Walk Score to designate more walkable neighborhoods and less walkable neighborhoods. Well guess what? If you lived in a more walkable neighborhood, you were 35 percent likely to be overweight. If you lived in a less walkable neighborhood, you were 60 percent likely to be overweight. So we have study after study now that's tying where you live to your health, particularly as in America, the biggest health crisis we have is this one that's stemming from environmental-induced inactivity. And I learned a new word last week. They call these neighborhoods "obesageneric." I may have that wrong, but you get the idea.

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walkable city 3
walk score 3
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