In this review: Association of Daily Sitting Time and Leisure-Time Physical Activity With Survival Among US Cancer Survivors (JAMA Oncology; abstract only available for free)
Study: Sitting Time Ups Mortality Risk Among Cancer Survivors With Low or No PA
Sitting times of six or more hours per day increased mortality risk among the inactive — but not for survivors who met PA guidelines.
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