A recent CDC report states that a greater percentage of Americans walked for more than ten minutes straight over the course of a week in 2010 than in 2005.  However, the length of time people spend walking has dropped from an average 15 minutes per day to just 13 minutes a day.

Is this good or bad?  What could these statistics possibly imply about our health and our reasons for walking?  Read more at The Atlantic Cities here.

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