A Longer Life Is a Great Excuse for Taking Multiple Breaks at Work

Shutterstock_100209299Time for a walk, via Shutterstock

Don't just sit there. That's the obvious lesson learned after reading Gretchen Reynolds's latest column on health and fitness for The New York Times. She cites multiple studies that point to the benefits of getting up and moving around consistently. Even people who sit for a long time and then work out for a long time at night may not benefit as much as those that move consistently during the day. To get her point, it's worth considering her write-up of at least one study.

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