‘Sit More, And You’re More Likely To Be Disabled After Age 60’

Linda Poon: Researchers at Northwestern University say that for people 60 and older, each additional hour a day spent sitting increases the risk of becoming physically disabled by about 50 percent — no matter how much exercise they get. I am now wondering how long it is before we see more of those articulating wheelchairs…

Linda Poon:

Researchers at Northwestern University say that for people 60 and older, each additional hour a day spent sitting increases the risk of becoming physically disabled by about 50 percent — no matter how much exercise they get.

I am now wondering how long it is before we see more of those articulating wheelchairs to help people who have no choice but to sit.

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