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Check Up from the Neck Up: Take a load off, or put a load on?

Dr. Richard M O'NeillUpstate psychologist Rich O'Neill, PhD, talks about research into ways to reduce your risk of metabolic syndrome. What he learned prompted him to acquire a desk that allows him to stand most of the time and sit only when he becomess tired. "If you're not up for such a big change," he says, "try making sure you get up and move around at least two to three minutes every half-hour."