Good Heart Habits In Young Adulthood Pay Off Later In Life: Study
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Partaking in healthy habits in your 20s pays off later in life, according to a new study.
Northwestern University researchers found that people who led healthy lifestyles as young adults (meaning a low body mass index, not drinking too much alcohol, not smoking, eating a healthy diet and exercising regularly) were also more likely to maintain their low risk for heart disease into middle age.
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