If you had to go without a vehicle - could you walk everywhere you had to go? Chances are - you couldnt. Urban sprawl has put an end to things like neighborhood grocery stores, pharmacies, and laundromats. People used to walk to get the things they needed. Now they drive. And believe it or not - its affecting our health. Welborn Health Foundations Ruth Metzger says, "Well there are multiple studies out that people who live out in the suburbs do tend to weigh more. They have higher blood pressure, and exactly what the connection is isnt clear, but we spend more time in our cars, driving to work. We cant walk anywhere."