Jessica Flores, USA TODAY Published 9:22 p.m. ET April 8, 2020 | Updated 8:13 a.m. ET April 9, 2020CLOSE The coronavirus outbreak forced people to come up with creative workouts while staying at home. USA TODAYAs more U.S. states issue stay-at-home orders to combat the spread of coronavirus, many people are working from home and spending long hours streaming their favorite TV shows and movies.That’s concerning for health officials.Researchers have continuously found that sitting for long periods is bad for your health. It can increase the risk of heart disease, diabetes and cancer, even result in death, according to a report by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.Dr. Zhaoping Li, chief of the Division of Clinical Nutrition at UCLA, told USA TODAY that some of her patients have been watching too much television, not getting enough sleep, or not being active in their homes during the coronavirus pandemic.“This is the right time people need to do more active things, not just sitting around,” Li said, adding that muscle loss and weight gain are among the risks associated with inactivity. “Take this opportunity to do self examination, self inspection and self care. This is the time we’ll have no excuse


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