Apr 26, 2007-- Lester Breslow, popularly referred to as "Mr. Public Health", is the outspoken visionary whose research played a significant role in asserting that simple lifestyle changes could drastically improve overall health. His landmark studies in Alameda county following the health habits of 7,000 people for 35 years resulted in the 'Seven Secrets': a list of daily health habits that proved strong indicators of how long people will live and how healthy they will be during their lifetime. The study showed that following the habits not only predicted lower mortality, but those who lived longer also suffered fewer disabilities. This news report shares the list. (6489 reads)
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