Put health and fitness into your desk job. So a lack of activity, particularly in combination with work-related stress, might not be in the best interest of your health. According to physician members of the Pennsylvania Medical Society, it’s not a bad idea to build health and fitness into your daily office routine.
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“Today, most Americans spend a lot of time sitting,” says Ralph Schmeltz, MD, 2011 president of PAMED and an internal medicine specialist from the Pittsburgh area. “That’s not necessarily good for flexibility, muscular strength, and the health of our lungs and heart.”