12 Standing Desk Ideas That Just Might Save Your Health (and Your Wallet)

Sitting: it’s been linked to upping your risk for cancer, diabetes, and early death, even if you exercise. Here are 12 standing desks, from DIY ideas to ones you can buy online, that can help you stop sitting so much.

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This Is How Much Longer You Should Stand Each Day to Get Health Benefits

Sitting too long may be hazardous to your health, even if you exercise regularly, Australian researchers report.

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How Skipping Exercise in Your 20s, 30s Might Hurt Your Brain Later On

Take heed, couch potatoes: Excessive TV time in young adulthood might raise your odds for mental decline decades later, a new study suggests.

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Can Too Much Sitting Make You Anxious?

People who spend much of their day sitting may be more likely to feel anxious, a new review suggests.

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Just 2 Minutes of Walking Every Hour Can Help Offset the Effects of Sitting

Getting up and walking for two minutes every hour could help reverse the negative health effects from prolonged sitting, new research suggests.

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It Doesn’t Matter How Much You Exercise If You Also Do This

New research shows that moving more isn’t enough to counteract the time you spend sitting.

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One Thing to Do This Second to Live Longer

Get off your butt: Sitting less can help slow your body’s aging process, finds a new study in the British Journal of Sports Medicine. Here are 5 ways to get moving.

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Desk Job? Even Short Walks Can Offset Damage From Sitting

Taking really short but frequent walks can counteract the harm caused by sitting for long periods of time, a new study suggests.

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Want to Sit Less? Here’s What NOT to Do

You probably know that sitting for long periods of time is a big health no-no, but get this: standing all day isn’t good for you either. Here’s how to strike a balance.

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Sitting Too Much Linked to Risk for Certain Cancers

A new study suggests that people who spend the bulk of their day sitting — whether behind the wheel, in front of the TV or working at a computer — appear to have an increased risk for certain kinds of cancers.

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