Even a Little Physical Activity May Lower the Risks of Sedentary Time


If you’ve heard the phrase “sitting is the new smoking” you’re already aware that being sedentary has been associated with higher risk of premature death. A recent analysis pooled information from four different studies to see if physical activity could modify this association.

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