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Inactive lifestyle

Inactive lifestyle

In the contemporary world, we all sit long hours in front of the screen.

A study in 2014, by the University of Regensburg in Germany, showed that every 2 hours a person sit, she/he increasing the chances of colon cancer by 8% and chances of lung cancer by 6%. 

This was regardless of other physical activity during the day.

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