Wednesday, February 6, 2013

the benefits of … oops, I've lost my train of thought

According to the results of a Danish study released late last year,  kids who cycled or 
walked to school, rather than traveling by car or public transportation, performed 
measurably better on tasks demanding concentration, such as solving puzzles, and 
that the effects lasted for up to four hours after they got to school.

Read the entire article here.

One of many interesting articles by Sarah Goodyear and Eric Jaffe, including:

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