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health lifestyle halve the risks of many diseases
« on: September 17, 2008, 01:51:10 PM »
 As published on the British Medical Journal  http://www.bmj.com/ Women could halve their risk of premature death by adopting a healthier lifestyle, research suggests.


By avoiding cigarettes, exercising regularly, eating healthily and keeping weight in check, 55% chronic diseases could be avoided.  Those four lifestyle tips could cut 44% of cancer  and 72% of cardiovascular diseases.

In the 24-year study, 28% of the 8,882 deaths could be attributed to smoking and 55% to the combination of smoking, being overweight, not doing enough exercise and a poor diet

Drinking too much alcohol also contributed. We also knew that people who drink a lot of alcohol have a higher risk of dying from cancer.  It could be easy for people to adopt the basic lifestyle recommendations, In busy, modern life it's more difficult to adapt to these factors.

Thanks God who gave us  this precious religion that banned all those nasty things like cigarette and alcohol from us. we have already had that health lifestyle, if we eat healthily and exercise.

so, it's easy for Muslims to adopt that lifestyle than non Muslims!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1


never give up learning


 

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