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Sitting at a desk too long can be detrimental to your health.
A new study finds that sitting for long periods of time can lead to an earlier death. That's regardless of how much a person exercises, how old they are, their race or gender.
The lead author of the study found sitting for more than 60-90 consecutive minutes increased the risk of death.
Doctors suggest taking frequent breaks where you get up and move around to decrease the time you're sitting.