The end of sitting
If you work in an office, you likely spend more than three quarters of your day sitting down. It’s not good for you. Prolonged sitting is a form of sedentary behaviour that carries risks above and beyond those associated with a lack of regular exercise. If you spend most of the day seated, you’re at a higher risk of type 2 diabetes and heart disease, death from all causes and musculoskeletal discomfort. In fact, researcher...
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Published 25 January, 2017 | Updated 31 January, 2017