Less Than 3 Percent of Americans Live a 'Healthy Lifestyle'

Less Than 3 Percent of Americans Live a 'Healthy Lifestyle'
There were some demographic differences: Men were more likely to be active, while women were more likely to be non-smokers and to eat healthy diets. Older people had higher body-fat percentages and were less active than younger people. But overall …
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How to Eat Like a Japanese Person
On average, nobody lives longer than Japanese women. Their life expectancy is 87 years (and Japanese men, who live about 80 years, aren't far behind). This remarkable longevity is suspected to be partly because the Japanese diet—filled with plants …
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For WIC, every month is National Nutrition Month
At Maternal & Family Health Services, our WIC program is dedicated to helping high‐risk women build healthy nutritional habits for themselves and their young children. Our specially trained nutritionists and support staff are fully committed to …
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