Sedentary behaviour not natural: Heart Foundation

cute mouse: mice study examines sedentary behaviour
The Heart Foundation has reiterated the importance of exercise and movement, following media reports on a new study which showed sedentary behaviour had a negative effect on the body rhythms of mice. Mice were given an exercise wheel, became accustomed to their preferred amount of exercise, and then had the wheel removed. This threw the

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