Washington: An unhealthy lifestyle characterised by physical inactivity, unhealthy diet, and smoking, is associated with a greater hazard of disability in individuals more than 65 years old, and the risk increases progressively with each additional unhealthy behaviour, according to a new study.For instance, the risk of obesity, diabetes, cancer, poor cognitive function, stroke, sudden cardiac death and mortality increases with the number of unhealthy behaviours.Researchers from France and the UK carried out a study to investigate the relationship between unhealthy behaviours and the risk of disability over a 12-year period.They used data from the Three-City (3C) Dijon cohort study.
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