Gardening – risk of tetanus, nettle rash, slug pellet poisoning, not to mention muscle strain from digging.
Housework – falling off ladders, scolding yourself, dangerous cleaning chemicals, electric shocks, and dust mites.
Golf – getting drunk at 19th hole, boredom if you don’t play, being hit by a stray ball, being hit by lightening..
Need I say more?
So why do experts think these things are good for your health?
Basically it’s the exercise involved. They say we should be doing five times the WHO recommended minimum.
Playing an extra round of golf or gardening for a few more hours each week can help prevent five of the most common chronic diseases.
The research is based on 174 studies published since 1980 and the analysis found that increasing a person’s exercise level from 600 minutes a week to 3,000 -4,000 a week reduced…
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