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Sedentary Lifestyles Articles

Sedentary LifestyleThe Sedentary Lifestyle develops as individuals spend more time in front of computers and televisions and less time in exercise and physical labor. Too much of this type of lifestyle will lead to obesity and severe health conditions. "More than 80% of adults do not meet the guidelines for both aerobic and muscle-strengthening activities, and more than 80% of adolescents do not do enough aerobic physical activity to meet the guidelines for youth" Read More at HHS
Sedentary Lifestyle Obisity Fitness Health  Home Economics 
Glossary Obesity Fitness Health Home Economics
Google Scholarly Articles on Sedentary Lifestyles
World Health Organization Articles
Europe PMC Contribution of a sedentary lifestyle and inactivity to the etiology of overweight and obesity: current evidence and research issues.
Physical Activity, Sedentary Index and Mental Disorders in the SUN Cohort Study
Outdoor Play: Combating Sedentary Lifestyles.
Physical inactivity, sedentary lifestyle and obesity in the European Union
Food habits, physical activities and sedentary lifestyles of eutrophic and obese school children: a case–control study
Early determinants of physical activity in adolescence: prospective birth cohort study
American Journal of Clinical Nutrition Fast food and Sedentary Lifestyles: a combination that leads to obesity b  David R Jacobs Jr1
Get Britain Standing The health risks related to cancer, diabetes (type 2), cardiovascular disease, weight gain, metabolic syndrome, mental health, back/neck pain, muscle degeneration, osteoporosis and mortality.