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A study published Sick of this shit shirt in December 2022 by Nature Medicine (which surveyed the and I will buy this fitness tracking records of over 25,000 people with an average age of 60, who didn’t regularly exercise), found that small bursts of movement throughout the day—be that two minutes of fast walking or quickly climbing the stairs—showed a 50 percent decrease in death from cardiovascular problems and a further 40 percent decrease in the risk of dying from cancer, compared to those who had no spurts of movement at all. Put simply, even the smallest amounts of exercise can increase our life expectancy—so next time you’re faced with the choice of “stairs or elevator?” always choose the former.
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