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Elise Vandersteen Bailey

Elise is VLCM's Foundation Specialist. She handles the blog, social media, and emails and is the main contact for all things VLCM Foundation. She has a Bachelor of Science from the University of Utah's College of Health in Exercise and Sports Sciences with a minor in Sociology focusing on Health and Medicine. Elise is continuing her education at the University of Utah through a dual degree graduate program, studying Health Policy in the Master of Public Policy program and Health Systems Research in the School of Medicine's Population Health Sciences PhD program.
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Scientists Find Significant Benefits to Standing at Work

Posted by Elise Vandersteen Bailey on Jul 12, 2017 9:21:00 AM

Researchers have known for years that sitting for long periods of time leads to increased risk of cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, obesity, various forms of cancer, and mortality. This is a problem for office workers, who make up a greater proportion of the population than ever before, and for whom technological advances have further limited physical activity not only at work but also at home. Most office workers don’t even engage in much non-exercise physical activity—things like fidgeting, changing their posture, walking, and stair climbing.

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