A new Scientific Advisory and Policy Statement on the built environment and active transportation from the American Heart Association was published today in Circulation.
Dr. Angie Cradock of the Prevention Research Center on Nutrition and Physical Activity at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health contributed specifically to “Creating Built Environments That Expand Active Transportation and Active Living Across the United States.”
Creating Built Environments That Expand Active Transportation and Active Living Across the United States Built Environment Approaches to Increase Physical Activity
DALLAS, August 13, 2020 – Transforming the way communities are designed makes it more likely that people across the U.S. will engage in activities such as walking, biking, rolling and using public transportation, according to two new reports published today in the American Heart Association’s flagship journal Circulation… Read the full story