Is Sitting the New Smoking?

According to research done by scientists at the Mayo Clinic and other institutions, excessive sitting – particularly at the office, where millions of Americans sit for more than 5½ hours per day – may be the culprit behind elevated levels of obesity, heart disease, Type 2 diabetes and certain cancers. So reports Smithsonian Mag.



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