Study: Healthy behaviors lower risk of death, heart disease

06/3/2013 | United Press International

People who ate a Mediterranean-style diet, exercised, maintained a normal weight and did not smoke reduced their chances of death from all causes by 80% over about eight years, compared with those who did not adopt the behaviors, according to Johns Hopkins researchers. The report, published in the American Journal of Epidemiology, was based on data on more than 6,200 men and women.

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