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(1)The study, published in a magazine called the Archives of Internal Medicine,found adults who sat for more than eleven hours a day had a 40 per cent higher risk of dying within three years, compared with those who sat for fewer than four hours a day. (2)We sit while eating our breakfast, we sit as we drive,we sit behind our desk all day, we’re always sitting down and this is a health risk.


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  • 回答No.2
  • Nakay702
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>(1)The study, published in a magazine called the Archives of Internal Medicine,found adults who sat for more than eleven hours a day had a 40 per cent higher risk of dying within three years, compared with those who sat for fewer than four hours a day. ⇒「内科医療アーカイブ」と呼ばれる雑誌に掲載された研究で、1日に11時間以上座っていた成人は、1日に4時間以下しか座らなかった人たちに比べ、3年以内で死亡する危険性が40%高い、ということが分かった。 >(2)We sit while eating our breakfast, we sit as we drive,we sit behind our desk all day, we’re always sitting down and this is a health risk. ⇒私たちは、朝食を食べる間は座っていますし、運転するときも座っています。一日中机に向かって座っています。私たちはいつも座っていますが、これは健康上のリスクになります。




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1。 「Archives of Internal Medicine(内科の過去録)」という雑誌に出た研究では、一日11時間以上座っている大人は、1日4時間以下座っている人に比べて、ここ3年以内に死ぬ可能性が40%高いことを発見した。 2。朝食を摂る間我々は座っている、ドライブする間も座っている、一日中我々は机の前に座っている、我々はいつも座っている、これは健康に悪い。





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