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From Harvard School of Public Health.

Health is a measure of the general condition of the body on a macroscopic and microscopic level, including the presence of any wounds, microbial infections and, in many cases, mental illnesses. The adjectival form of the word, healthy, often refers to the absence of impairing disease.

There are several factors influencing a person's health, including:

  • diet - drinking water
  • stress - rest
  • stamina
  • living conditions - pollution
  • personal hygiene - smoking
  • genetic factors
  • sedentarism - exercise

Exercise is health!

Be physically active. Any activity’s better than none. Health benefits grow the more you do. [1]

See also

Dysfunctional lifestyles:

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