Living longer by sitting less and moving more

@article{Stewart2015LivingLB,
  title={Living longer by sitting less and moving more},
  author={Ralph A H Stewart and Jocelyne R Benatar and Ralph Maddison},
  journal={Current Opinion in Cardiology},
  year={2015},
  volume={30},
  pages={551–557}
}
Purpose of review Regular exercise, physical fitness and sedentary behaviours are each known to be associated with cardiovascular and total mortality. This review evaluates recent research on these associations and its implications for guidelines on physical activity. Recent findings In several large cohort studies, modest levels of exercise, much less than recommended in current guidelines, were associated with lower mortality. Avoiding prolonged sitting has also been associated with lower… 
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