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Savill P. High levels of physical activity can negate the detrimental effects of sitting. Practitioner 2016;260 (1796):8

High levels of physical activity can negate the detrimental effects of sitting

23 Sep 2016Registered users

Moderate intensity physical activity for 60-75 min per day appears to eliminate the increased risk of death associated with lengthy time spent sitting down, a meta-analysis has shown.

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