Sitting for more than four hours daily makes people vulnerable to diabetes and hypertension, says a new study. Emma George from the University of Western Sydney (UWS) School of Science and Health conducted the study with Gregory
Experts suggest that sitting for long periods increases the risk of diabetes, heart disease and death.
Scientists from Leicester and Loughborough universities say harm is done even if people also exercise, the BBC reported
Being seated for long hours may be directly linked to your life expectancy. An analytic study has found that if you sit less than 3 hours a day, it can boost your life expectancy. Similarly, cutting down TV time to less than two