10 Things You Can Do Now to Be Much Healthier in 10 Years

  1. Don’t smoke

Yes, I know we all know how bad smoking really is for our health and no one should do it. If you keep smoking after a certain age, though, things really aren’t looking well for you. Quitting now means that in 5 years your risk of haemorrhage decreases by 60% and in 5-10 years, your risk of developing diabetes will be just the same as that of a non-smoker!


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