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    For every hour beyond five that workers sat each day, the researchers found, they added about two-tenths of a percentage point to their likelihood of developing heart disease, based on their cumulative risk factors.

    Meanwhile, almost any amount of standing and walking reduced a worker’s chances of having a large waistline and other risk factors for heart disease.

    I recently was given a fitbit and without changing my habits I average about 14,000 steps, but I've had a couple lazy days where I only get around 4-5000 steps and I can feel a huge difference. Granted, an occasional lazy day isn't something I'm too worried about. However, I'm more active than many of my coworkers. I wouldn't be surprised if some of them average less than 4-5,000.

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