Sitting more than three hours a day cuts life expectancy by two years

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Sitting for hours decreases life expectancy by two years.

Even if a person is physically active and refrains from dangerous habits like smoking, sitting down for more than three hours a day can shave a person’s life expectancy by two years, according to a study to be published on Tuesday in the online journal BMJ Open.

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Study Finds Link Between Salt Intake and Obesity

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Salt intake increased more than 50 % in USA during 15 years from mid-1980s to the late 1990s.

A study published in the journal “Progress in Cardiovascular Diseases” refutes the frequently repeated claims that a comprehensive salt reduction would not produce any overall health benefits, or would even increase diseases and shorten the life-span.

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