6 Shocking Perks of City Living, According to Science

Realtor.com—December 4, 2015

Realtor.com writer Kimberly Dawn Neumann provides several benefits to living in an urban area, including that living in cities is safer and individuals are healthier according to certain studies.

Hospital for Special Surgery physiatrist Elizabeth Manejias, MD, also notes, "There is no doubt that people will generally find more advanced treatment options and also doctors skilled at modern practices in urban areas. Because of the proximity to excellent resources and facilities, the best in their fields will generally gravitate toward urban centers because it's exciting to be on the cutting edge of medicine."

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