19 Oct '15, 11am

Standing still is just as bad as sitting, new study suggests.

The same researchers also cautioned policy makers on recommending reductions in sitting times as a standalone public health intervention. The problem seems to lie with the lack of movement rather than the duration of sitting according to the study author.

Full article: http://www.greatdeals.com.sg/2015/10/19/standing-equally-...

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