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Diet and Exercise

Description: Poor diet and physical inactivity lead to more than 400,000 deaths each year in the United States. People who are overweight or obese increase their risk for heart disease, diabetes, stroke, high blood pressure, arthritis-related disabilities, and some cancers. Not getting an adequate amount of exercise is associated with needing more medication, visiting a physician more often, and being hospitalized more often. This course helps you think about diet and exercise and how you can use them to improve your health.

Objectives: Types of food Types of diets A healthy balance of food and exercise

Duration: 54 min

Language: English

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Categories: Driver Safety, Health & Wellness

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