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Infographic: How to Stay Healthy in the Workplace

In the early 1960s, nearly 50 percent of private industry jobs in the U.S. required moderate physical activity. Today that number is at 20 percent, meaning we're spending more time sitting and at our desks than ever.

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In the early 1960s, nearly 50 percent of private industry jobs in the U.S. required moderate physical activity. Today that number is at 20 percent, meaning we're spending more time sitting and at our desks than ever. Studies have shown that excessive sitting can decrease your life expectancy, and by reducing time spent sitting to less than 3 hours a day you could add 2 years to your life. Use these easy exercises to keep your blood circulating and your muscles stretched throughout the day.

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