New Harvard Study says a little exercise offsets a lot of sitting

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If like many of us your day consists of long hours sitting behind a desk, or at a computer. A new Harvard study has advise on how to deal with the adverse effects of the sedentary time.

The study suggests that even moderate exercise can help to undo some of the damage those hours impose on your body. What they found was that 60 to 75 minutes of moderate physical activity like walking to work, walking the dog, riding a stationary bike, line dancing, golf or softball, doubles tennis, or coaching sports eliminates the risk of death related to sitting, even from sitting for more than eight hours per day. You can read more here   https://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/get-stand-health-little-movement-offsets-lot-sitting-2016081810215

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