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01 September 2016

Do you have an office job that involves sitting at your desk?

Do you have an office job that involves sitting at your desk or in meetings for hours on end every day? If that’s the case, you should be concerned about your health. New research has shown that desk-based workers who sit for eight hours or more per day are at an increased risk of dying compared to those with less sedentary occupations. The good news: you can counter the detrimental effects of long periods of sitting by including at least an hour of physical activity into your routine every day.

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