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A brief history of avoiding exercise

from The Wall Street Journal

Winter storms have become so frequent in the U.S. that they now have names, like hurricanes. This week saw the arrival of Seneca, making for a touch-and-go race about which will run out first: the alphabet or the jet stream. The weather in the eastern U.S. has been brutal enough this year that millions of Americans have been confined to their homes. In a country where, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, only 1 in 6 of us does anything like the recommended amount of physical activity, "Snowmaggedon" is a danger to the country's health as well as its roads. more


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