How to get the most from your health care decisions
The latest study finds that a healthier lifestyle is linked to a shorter life expectancy.
This means that if you’re eating right, exercise, and getting enough sleep, your odds of living to your 100th birthday are lower.
The authors also found that healthier lifestyles were linked to lower rates of depression and chronic diseases like diabetes.
This is important, because people who are healthier tend to live longer.
The study found that people who live longer tend to be healthier in general.
The study was based on data from more than 13 million people in the U.S. from 2010 to 2016, the researchers said.
Researchers also used information on health habits and behaviors to predict mortality.
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