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How to Meditate
Really nice guide to meditation
meditation  buddhism  sitting  life  mindfulness 
april 2019 by dmje
How It's Made - Onions (Gills' Onions) - YouTube
03:15; why cut onions smell bad after sitting for a while ; bacteria growth
why  cut  onions  smell  bad  after  sitting  for  a  while  ;  bacteria  growth  needsEditing 
january 2019 by neerajsinghvns
Sitting for too long could increase your risk of dying – even if you exercise
The study found that both total sedentary time and sedentary duration were associated with a higher risk of death. The greatest risk was found in those who spent more than 12.5 hours a day being sedentary and when bouts persisted for longer than ten minutes at a time.
>>But before you rush out to buy a standing desk, it’s worth pointing out the limitations to this study. For a start, all the 8,000 participants were aged 45 years and older – so may not be representative of other age groups. Also, activity data was only collected for one week, so this might not be representative of activity levels for the entire study (participants were followed for four years).
sitting  health  exercise 
december 2018 by spencertree
Sitting - Wikipedia
Current studies indicate there is a significantly higher mortality rate among people who regularly sit for prolonged periods, and the risk is not negated by regular exercise, though it is lowered.[1][6] The causes of mortality and morbidity include heart disease, obesity, type 2 diabetes and cancer, specifically, breast, endometrial, colorectal, lung, and epithelial ovarian cancer.[1][6][7][8][9] The link between heart disease and diabetes mortality and sitting is well-established, but the risk of cancer mortality is unclear.[8][10] Sedentary time is also associated with an increased risk of depression in children and adolescents.[11] A correlation between occupational sitting specifically and higher body mass index has been demonstrated, but causality has not yet been established.[6] There are several hypotheses explaining why sitting is a health risk. These include changes in cardiac output, vitamin D, inflammation, sex hormone activity, lipoprotein lipase activity, and GLUT4 activity due to long periods of muscular unloading, among others.
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october 2018 by tonyyet

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