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SHORT, REGULAR MOVEMENT BREAKS LOWER RISK OF EARLY DEATH
Modern working life means that many people spend hours sitting down. However, researchers have recently found that even low-intensity exercise breaks have a significant impact on lifespan. We know that some form of exercise is needed to keep several body parts, including the brain, working as intended. People who spend a lot of time sitting are more likely to experience some adverse health conditions, such as obesity.  LAUREN SHARKEY READ MORE