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Article

Publication Date

11-2012

Abstract

I suffer from the unhealthy habit of worrying about my health. I try to eat well, supplementing with vitamins. I exercise. I floss. I use sunscreen before stepping out to check the mail. I avoid talking on my cell phone. For a few months in the late ‘90s, I worried about the health effects of electromagnetic fields. So a year or so ago, when studies began circulating about the harms associated with prolonged sitting, I had to take action. Or if not “action,” per se, the situation at least required some research.

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Mike Vanderheijden is the faculty service reference librarian and lecturer in legal research at Yale Law School’s Lillian Goldman Law Library in New Haven, Connecticut.

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