During the summer, 'NOS op 3' published a video on the detrimental health effects of a sedentary lifestyle with the title “We zitten dood te gaan” ('We die sitting').
Thijs Eijsvogels was invited to comment and contribute to the script of the video, given his expertise in this field of research, together with Prof Erik Scherder from VU.
The video can be accessed via You Tube and already has 340,561 views since its release.
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