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And, the study authors added, sitting may kill you in 14 ways, including: cancer; heart disease; stroke; diabetes; kidney disease; suicide; chronic obstructive pulmonary disease ; lung disease; liver disease; peptic ulcer and other digestive disease; Parkinson’s disease; Alzheimer’s disease; nervous disorders; and musculoskeletal disorders. And, the study authors added, sitting may kill you in 14 ways, including: cancer; heart disease; stroke; diabetes; kidney disease; suicide; chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD); lung. And, the study authors added, sitting may kill you in 14 ways, including: cancer; heart disease; stroke; diabetes; kidney disease; suicide; chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD); lung. And, the study authors added, sitting may kill you in 14 ways, including: cancer; heart disease; stroke; diabetes; kidney disease; suicide; chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD); lung disease; liver disease; peptic ulcer and other digestive disease; Parkinson’s disease; Alzheimer’s disease; nervous disorders; and musculoskeletal disorders. Sitting has also been tied to inflammation caused by obesity.

These consequences might explain why sitting was linked with death from heart, liver and kidney disease, as well as cancer, diabetes and COPD. And, the study authors added, sitting may kill you in 14 ways, including: cancer; heart disease; stroke; diabetes; kidney disease; suicide; chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD); lung disease; liver disease; peptic ulcer and other digestive disease; Parkinson’s disease; Alzheimer’s disease; nervous disorders; and musculoskeletal disorders. And, the study authors added, sitting may kill you in 14 ways, including: cancer; heart disease; stroke; diabetes; kidney disease; suicide; chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD); lung disease; liver disease; peptic ulcer and other digestive disease; Parkinson’s disease; Alzheimer’s disease; nervous disorders; and musculoskeletal disorders.

And, the study authors added, sitting may kill you in 14 ways, including: cancer; heart disease; stroke; diabetes; kidney disease; suicide; chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD); lung. Home » Health News » Sitting tied to raised risk of death from 14 diseases. Sitting tied to raised risk of death from 14 diseases. 07/05/2018 | Health News (HealthDay)—Get up off of the couch: Sitting too much may kill you even if you exercise regularly. Study: Sitting linked to increased death risk from 14 diseases.

By. Steven Reinberg, HealthDay News (0) Sitting has also been tied to inflammation caused by obesity.

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  • But we need to sleep for 8 hours a day, so i have to get up every half hour move around and go back to sleep. I’ll never get any sleep now.

  • They forgot to mention that nosebleeds are often inevitable when you decide to start picking your nose on a regular basis. Also, while bacteria found in snot is more than disgusting enough to consume, there is also going to be bacteria under your fingernails & on your fingertips; so when you’re putting that into your mouth, your mouth would become overpopulated with SO many germs that it could very easily harbour infectious diseases. Not only that, if people catch you in the act; you will most likely be shunned & treated as though you’re carrying the Ebola virus (or else they will simply poke fun at you). Either way, it’s not something you’d want the world to know about you… ��

  • “Decrease risk of death” Until you go outside and get murdered. We’ll all eventually die. Quality of life between 75 and 100 is big. I don’t want to 100 and be old, wrinkly and possibly not walk no thanks. I’ll be happy if I reach 75

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