New York Times story on the benefits of active commuting features research by CPC Fellow Gordon-Larsen

Oct 11, 2011

A recent article in The New York Times focuses on the growing trend of active commuting and its positive health outcomes. Active commuters typically walk, run or bike to work instead of driving vehicles or taking public transportation. The article features research by CPC Fellow Penny Gordon-Larsen that explores and quantifies the health benefits of active commuting.

Read the full article here.

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