Treadmill Desks And The Benefits Of 'Walking Alive'

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Read Susan Orlean's 'New Yorker' Article

New Yorker staff writer Susan Orlean has spent years trying to find the right desk chair. She considered a pricy museum-worthy chair, a kneeling chair and a yoga ball before ditching the seat altogether for a treadmill desk — and discovering the health benefits of moving at work.

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