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  1. anonymous
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    It depends. I think unsanitary living seems just fine, but what exactly are you trying to say? Like- in homes, on the streets, in the air? Perhaps maybe you could use "higher pollution rates" for something like that

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    What ideas are you thinking? Like what caused you to write "unsanitary living?" What do you think of when you read that

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    Poor living condition could work pretty well, actually. Because it is true that technology tends to keep us locked in our rooms

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