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Thanks Claire, this article makes you want (To Get Up And Boogie) a oldie but goodie song. No more (Sitten By The Dock On The Bay)
Very good article.
Im starting to take control of my life today. I will take care of me, love my self., be good to my self, I am strong, i can do this.
Thanks Claire this is AWESOME info.
It reminds me of the article I posted a while back about those who have CKD and do not move or exercise.
I think I reposted it once - will see if I can find it and repost again!
Dad: BIBLE: Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth
Leader:Loving Our Kidneys
Kidney Failure is the 8th leading cause of death in USA
"Seventy years are given to us! Some may even reach eighty.
But even the best of these years are filled with pain and trouble;soon they disappear, and we are gone."(Psalms 90:10)
You cannot change your life until you change something
that you do every day.
~John C. Maxwell~
An article in the Atlantic, April 19th. The results of this study are eye opening!
Here's the first paragraph (I've added the asterisks):
A study of more than 200,000 Australians adds to the growing body of evidence that people who sit the most die the soonest. It also found that ****you can't exercise this effect away, though exercise does help reduce it greatly****.
And another paragraph:
Its most striking finding was that people who sat more than 11 hours a day had a 40% higher risk of dying in the next three years than people who sat less than four hours a day. This was after adjusting for factors such as age, weight, physical activity and general health status, all of which affect the death risk. It also found a clear dose-response effect: the more people sat, the higher their risk of death.
Here's a link to the complete article:
Those who think they have no time for a healthy lifestyle will sooner or later will have to find time for illness.