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  • A charity is campaigning for standing desks in US schools
  • A charity is campaigning for standing desks in US schools
    Juhan Sonin (2014) ©
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A charity is campaigning for standing desks in US schools

Standing desks began as an edgy thing for health nuts who were desperate to tell you about their CrossFit routines and paleo diets. But as more research has emerged about the benefits of standing, and the detrimental effects of sitting, they have begun trickling down to the average cubicle drone.

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