Only 10% of American adults regularly practice good health habits
There are a few basic habits that can improve health, but many of us say we are too busy for them.
The results of an American Heart Association AHA) presented in March indicate that only 12% of American adults regularly practice all these healthy habits: good nutrition, exercise and oral care. Among those who cited an excuse for not keeping good habits, the main culprit was the lack of time.
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"I discovered diabetes in December 2010, after having lost almost 15 pounds. of the year, I found myself a bit overweight and I came to think of a diet, exercises, but over the months I was noticing losses of 1, 2, 3 kilos.In the beginning I thought it good since I wanted to lose weight, along with the symptoms, like a lot of thirst, a lot of peeing and a lot of cramps, I started to think it strange, "commented Luana.
Journal of Clinical Oncology found that children whose parents survived childhood cancer through treatment involving radiation and / or chemotherapy had no increased risk of birth defects compared to children of untreated parents. The study was conducted by a researcher at Vanderbilt University in the United States.
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