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Too much sitting significantly raises your risk of cancer! According to the researchers at WebMD, people who stay physically active most of their lives are 73% less likely to develop bladder cancer, and 77% less likely to develop kidney cancer. That’s compared to lifelong couch potatoes.
According to the Mayo Clinic, we should all be getting at least 150 minutes of moderate physical activity a week, like a brisk walk, or 75 minutes of vigorous aerobic activity, like a heart pumping low-impact workout on a stationary bike.
Bottom line: More exercise equals less of a cancer risk.