Five Health Related Behaviors for Chronic Disease Prevention

The onus is on the individual to buck societal trends and take control of their health. So says a recent CDC study of the health habits of American adults. Unfortunately, only 6.3 percent of Americans are engaging in common sense behaviors that can effectively reduce the threat of chronic disease. The five behaviors listed by the CDC are “not smoking cigarettes, meeting the aerobic physical activity recommendation, consuming no alcohol or only moderate amounts, maintaining a normal...

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