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Get moving to avoid blood clots from TV watching

In the journals Even if you get enough exercise, you are still at risk for blood clots from too much sitting in front of the TV, according to research presented at the American Heart Associationís Scientific Sessions in November 2017. Prolonged TV viewing has already been associated with heart disease involving blocked arteries, but this is the first study in a Western population to look at blood clots in the veins of the…

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