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It may be a mistake to urge people who are inactive to aim for 150 minutes a week of exercise, 2 new articles suggest. Rather, the authors say, the main message should be simply to sit less and move more. Health experts recommend 150 minutes of moderate activ...

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Date Last Reviewed: 5/3/2010
Date Last Modified: 5/3/2010
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