Everyone knows by now that eating right, exercising, and shunning smoking and other bad habits increases our chances of having a long and healthy life.
If you’re hitting some—but only some—of these goals, it’s better than nothing. But according to a new study, you’re likely missing out on the full benefits that come with living a healthy lifestyle across the board.
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