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We read Sjögren et al's1 article with great interest. The findings had much significance in understanding the implications of lifestyle choices on genetic changes. The study examined the relationships between changes in steps per day, and minutes performing exercise of low and moderate intensity as well as reported sitting time and changes in telomere length. Results showed that neither change in steps per day nor exercise time of either moderate or low intensity was significantly associated with changes in telomere length. Interestingly, telomere lengthening was …
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Contributors PH conceptualised the idea, contributed in drafting and editing, and revised the manuscript critically. VR drafted the manuscript. SK contributed to the concept and review of the manuscript. All authors gave the final approval.
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