Published in Women's Health Weekly, January 29th, 2000
The good news is you may be able to ward off the disability associated with disease by eating right, not smoking, exercising, and controlling blood pressure and cholesterol, said James Mortimer, PhD, director of the University of South Florida Institute on Aging.
"The benefits of a healthy lifestyle are most evident in reducing disabilities rather than in preventing chronic disease," said Mortimer. "Diseases strike very democratically. The key to...
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