A new study finds that people who sit for long periods of time without taking short breaks are at higher risk for heart disease...

A new study finds that people who sit for long periods of time without taking short breaks are at higher risk for heart disease than those who take more frequent timeouts to stand up and walk around. USA Today reports that the inactivity health problems exist even for people who regularly work out at the gym.


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