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Sit Less Live Longer

In New York Times   | September 17th, 2014
Sitting is the most common daily activity, and it is well documented that health problems like diabetes and heart disease are linked with sedentary behavior. The majority of studies to date about prolonged sitting have been associational, but a recent study published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine reported that test subjects’ cells became physiologically younger as a result of sitting less.  

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The more hours that people spend sitting, the more likely they are to develop diabetes, heart disease and other conditions, and potentially to die prematurely — even if they exercise regularly.

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