The term “risky behavior” usually conjures images of skydiving, rock climbing and maybe even blind dating. However, a study from the University of Missouri-Columbia has added a surprising new activity to that list: sitting.Researchers studied the effects of sitting at the office, using computers, watching TV and other seated activities. Their findings were shocking: Getting off your duff could potentially save your life.The researchers called for media campaigns—similar to anti-smoking ...
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