IMPROVING CITY PARKS MAY BE ONE PATH TO HELP MAKE RESIDENTS MORE ACTIVE

Researchers found that small improvements to a city's ParkScore -- an evaluation of a city's park system -- could lead to more physical exercise for its residents. The Trust for Public Land created the ParkScore as an index to rank the park systems of the nation's largest 100 cities, they added.

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