Jul 102012
 

A new research study has concluded that the longer Americans sit, the sooner they die. The study published by Peter T Katzmarzyk1 and I-Min Lee in BMJ Open examined the impact of sitting and watching TV on life expectancy in the U.S. And the findings are scary. Sitting Kills The authors conclude that life expectancy in the USA would be two years higher if adults reduced their time spent sitting to less than three hours a day. There’s a direct impact between TV viewing and life expectancy too – Americans’ life expectancy would increase by 1.38 years higher if they cut […]