Healthy lifestyle keeps heart risks low, study says

03/6/2012 | United Press International

A Northwestern University study found 60% of young adults in their 20s who ate healthy and did not gain weight, exercised, avoided tobacco and did not drink heavily had low cardiovascular risk profiles when they hit middle age. That was compared with 5% of young adults who practiced none of those habits, according to the study in the journal Circulation.

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