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Smoking, obesity, CHD tied to increased risk of psychological distress
 

Smoking, obesity, CHD tied to increased risk of psychological distress

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Coronary heart disease (CHD), smoking and obesity may contribute to the risk of developing long-lasting psychological distress from middle to old age, a recent study suggests.
 
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26 Nov 2016 - General
 
In our country, almost everyone is aware that smoking, obesity, high cholesterol and poor lifestyle habits are risk factors for the development of a heart ailment. Individuals who are persistent on living an unhealthy lifestyle despite knowing these ...
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Priscilla Mae Gobuyan Thank you for sharing your post about the link between lifestyle-related diseases and smoking to psychological distress. There is another post that links psychologic c...
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People who have coronary heart disease CHF, obese and smokers are highly at risk to develop long lasting psychological distress. Not only psychological distress, along with these risk factors there's a lot of diseases and condition they are highl...
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