Laziest countries in the world: U.S. ranks low
The medical journal "The Lancet" has released a study naming the laziest countries in the world.
The study was based on the percentage of each country's population researchers deemed active, meaning had 30-minutes of exercise a day.
Malta came in first place, followed by Swaziland in Southern Africa, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, then Argentina.
The U.S. came in 46th place.
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