Research Roundup: Active Commuting

People who engaged in active commuting had a significantly reduced risk of all-cause mortality, cardiovascular disease incidence and diabetes.

Dinu, Pagliai, Macchi & Sofi

…results suggest that the happy commuters are more productive, and the short-distance and active travel commuters are more likely to be the happy commuters.

Ma & Ye

Active commuting was significantly and independently associated with reduced BMI and percentage body fat for both sexes.

Flint & Cummins

Precipitation and temperature appeared to be relatively strong influences on the odds of commuting to work by bicycle…

Flynn, et al.

About the Author

Ben Butina, Ph.D.
Dr. Butina, who hosts the Department 12 Podcast, is an industrial-organizational psychologist with interests in training, leadership development, talent management, and positive psychology in the workplace.

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