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behavioral risk factors


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These are common risk factors associated with ways people behave. They include taking insufficient exercise, eating to excess, smoking, overindulgence in alcohol and other mood-modifying substances, reckless driving, and aggressive and violent conduct toward others, all of which are associated causally with disease, injury, and premature death. See also risk-taking behavior.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology.


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