The Washington Post published an article Jan. 20 that showed how people’s bodies are impacted from too much sitting. Sitting can lead to heart disease, colon cancer and a foggy brain, among other issues, according to a graphic created by The Washington Post.
“We know sitting too much is bad, and most of us intuitively feel a little guilty after a long TV binge. But what exactly goes wrong in our bodies when we park ourselves for nearly eight hours per day, the average for a U.S. adult? Many things, say four experts, who detailed a chain of problems from head to toe,” wrote Bonnie Berkowitz and Patterson Clark for The Washington Post.
- Jim Bennett: The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge is...
- UN: Ebola cases could eventually reach 20,000
- 3 ways insurers can still avoid covering the...
- Outbreak of illness linked to Weber County...
- Is 'Harry Potter' actually about mental health?
- Sierra Leone makes hiding Ebola patients illegal
- Running engages all five senses
- What age should children get their eyes...
- 3 ways insurers can still avoid... 13
- Outbreak of illness linked to Weber... 13
- Jim Bennett: The ALS Ice Bucket... 6
- Pediatricians' Rx for schools: Later... 5
- You'll never believe where your bottled... 4
- VA says no proof delays in care caused... 2
- Is 'Harry Potter' actually about mental... 2
- Japan ready to offer flu drug for Ebola... 1