If you’re one of the 52 million former smokers in the United States, good job! You’ve made a commitment to your health and well-being, so why not keep the ball rolling?
A new study shows that by stopping smoking and adding a handful of other healthy behaviors you can increase your lifespan significantly. Here’s the story…
Scientists analyzed data from 160,000 former smokers who participated in the NIH-AARP Diet and Health Study.1 These participants, with an average age of 62, completed questionnaires about their lifestyle, personal information, and other health-related information beginning in 1995.
Over the next 19 years, 86,127 of them died. […]