Associate Professor Botchwey explains how healthy communities are contagious

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Dr. Nisha Botchwey, an Associate Professor at Georgia Tech's School of City and Regional Planning, believes that projects such as the Atlanta BeltLine make being healthy in Atlanta easier. "People are out there walking, rolling, just having a good time… Juggling. And, what it does is it shifts the social norm. So, people realize you can be out in this space and move through this space in a way that allows us to be more active," Botchwey said.

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