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Healthy, smoke-free lifestyle tied to at least an extra decade of life
by Lisa Rapaport
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30 April 2018
On 30 April 2018 Reuters reported:
Adults who follow a healthy lifestyle in middle age may extend their lifespan by more than a decade and have a lower risk of dying from cancer or heart disease, a U.S. study suggests. Researchers focused on five habits long linked to a lower risk of developing or dying from variety of chronic medical problems: not smoking, limiting alcohol, exercising, eating well, and maintaining a healthy weight. During more than three decades of follow-up, people who followed all five of these habits were 74 percent less likely to die from all causes, 82 percent less likely to die from heart disease, and 65 percent less likely to die from cancer.
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