sedentary lifestyle

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sedentary lifestyle

A lifestyle involving little exercise, even of the least strenuous type. Sedentary living is associated with weight gain, obesity, type 2 diabetes mellitus, and, in many studies, an increased risk of coronary artery disease.
See: physical fitness; risk factor
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The main cause of cardiac disease is copious oil consumption and a sedentary life style, with very few citizens indulging in regular physical activities.
growing sedentary life style among the large majority of people across
In reply to a query, he said equal attention is needed to counter growing sedentary life style among the large majority of people across the country.
4 Many factors like obesity, dyslipidemia, and sedentary life style, smoking and family history have been found to be associated with diabetes.
Attributing the surge in Diabetes to the growing culture of hi-density food intake, mainly due to wrong choice from among the available options, coupled with growing sedentary life style, Prof.
Having first child after the age of 30 years , No pregnancy or breastfeeding and Sedentary life style.
An increasing tendency to overfeed pets, coupled with a lack of exercise or sedentary life style, has resulted in increasing obesity in pets globally.
Almost 72% of the patients have sedentary life style and 42% have family history of disease.
Studies have proven that sedentary life style followed by unhealthy habits lead to an unprecedented spread of diabetes in all societies.
2) Video games have also contributed to symptoms of fatigue by encouraging a sedentary life style.
Over the last century several researches have been conducted on the preventable causes of cancer, Tobacco consumption has been and is probably still the leading preventable cause of cancer; Sedentary life style with all its consequences is quickly closing up to tobacco consumption as the second preventable cause of cancer.
Having all abovementioned in mind, the aim of this study was to investigate whether four-week-long magnesium supplementation in young men, with either sedentary life style such as students or athletes involved in strenuous exercise such as rugby players, could protect peripheral blood lymphocytes (PBL) from hydrogen peroxide-induced DNA damage evaluated by alkaline Comet test.