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WHO recommended activity levels not quite high enough for disease prevention

Posted by Christine L. Tricoli on Nov 14, 2016 9:44:25 AM

When it comes to advice on healthy living and general well-being, the World Health Organization (WHO) is the gold standard. It conducts research and sets recommended activity levels, nutritional intake and other guidelines to help set people on the path to a healthy lifestyle. As an employer, you may rely on the WHO for tips to share with your employees on staying fit and avoiding preventable illnessesthat can rack up costly healthcare claims. But new research shows it might be worthwhile to suggest your employees go beyond the WHO's typical recommendations for exercise. 

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