Studies of mid-aged adults provide evidence of a relationship between sitting-time and all-cause mortality, but evidence in older adults is limited. The aim is to examine the relationship between total sitting-time and all-cause mortality in older women. Prolonged sitting-time was positively associated with all-cause mortality. Women who reported sitting for more than 8 hours a day and did not meet PA guidelines had an increased risk of dying within the next 9 years.
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