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Melissa Healy

Maybe those of us who sit for long hours in meetings, on phone calls, and tapping away at keyboards should be getting hazard pay. New research that distills the findings of 47 studies concludes that those of us who sit for long hours raise our average risk of cancer, cardiovascular disease, type...

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Try yoga with a view, or join a mass meditation at downtown L.A.'s newest park

A new Pilates studio in Brentwood, early morning yoga at a Santa Monica bar, a day-long retreat in downtown Los Angeles and thousands of people meditating in a local park: Put these on your schedule this week. This weekend — June 10 and 11 -- is the official opening of the new Club Pilates in Brentwood,...

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