AARP reports that there is "mounting evidence" that sitting increases our risk of cancer, obesity, diabetes and early death "even for people who exercise daily."
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The positive news about longevity in New York City shows that smokers want to and can quit (there were 350,000 less smokers in 2009 than in 2002).
What is it about men that makes them think that asking for help seems like a weakness, not a strength? Why do we place such a high value on "toughing it out," especially when it can cut us off from optimal solutions?
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