How Modern America Is Optimized for Loneliness, Misery and Poor Health – Carcatecture is Killing Us.

Daily, the average American spends an hour driving according to AAA, 25 minutes socializing and communicating, 2.5 hours watching TV, and 16 minutes exercising, according to the BLS.

The study’s findings point to global declines in social connectivity, as well as ones specific to the U.S. that warrant investigation and, ideally, a response.

The numbers belie key details that make American suburbs — and the country’s sprawling, car-centric cities like Dallas, Atlanta and Los Angeles — such lonely, miserable, unhealthy places.


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