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CDC: 6 Percent Of Americans Engage In These 5 Health-Related Behaviors

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) -- Just six percent of Americans engage in five key health-related behaviors that can prevent chronic disease.

That's according to the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention.

The CDC says those healthy behaviors are: Not smoking, getting regular physical exercise, not drinking to excess, maintaining a healthy weight, and sleeping at least seven hours per day.

The CDS says a third of Americans manage to do three.

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