8/28/14: Walking leads to problem solving and creative thinking. In fact, creative thinking improves by an average of 60 percent both during walking and for a short time afterward. When you’re on the move and interacting socially with others – walking and talking – you’re better able to process information.1
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- “Walk and talk to help your body and improve your work performance.” at http://www.clevelandclinicwellness.com/DailyDose/archive/2014/08/13/Daily-Wellness-Tip-08-13-14.aspx ↩