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Five Healthy Habits Add Years of Life Analyzing why Americans have a lower life expectancy when compared to most


other developed countries, Harvard researchers used 34 years of data on more than 120,000 health professionals to focus on five lifestyle factors that promote longevity. They found that women and men lived on average 14 years and 12 years longer, respectively, if they had a healthy body weight (between 18.5 and 24.9 BMI), never smoked, exercised at moderate-to-vigorous levels at least


30 minutes a day, ate a healthy diet and drank only moderately (one five-ounce glass of wine for women, two for men). The effect was cumulative; the combination of all five


produced the greatest life extension. Those that maintained the healthiest lifestyles were 82 percent less likely to die from cardiovascular disease and 65 percent less likely to die from cancer, compared with those with the least healthy lifestyles.


Blue Light Raises


Cancer Risk Blue light—a range of the visible light spectrum emitted by most white LEDs and most tablet and phone screens—could be hazardous to our health, a new study shows. Researchers from the Barcelona Institute for Global Health analyzed the blue light exposure and medical histories of 4,000 people throughout Spain, also utilizing nighttime images taken by astronauts in the International Space Station to assess exposure of residents of Barcelona and Madrid. They found that those exposed to


more blue light at night had between 1.5 to two times the risk of prostate and breast cancer. “Given the ubiquity of artificial light at night, determining whether it increases or not the risk of cancer is a public health issue,” says lead author Ariadna García.


Be Well in Mind, Body and Spirit with Integrative and Primary Care


Grewal Center for Mind Body Medicine is an integrative and healing- oriented primary care practice. Dr. Kiran Grewal believes there is no separation between mind, body and spirit, and that philosophy guides her practice. Her goal is to cultivate an empathetic and respectful partnership with you so that you will benefi t from:


• A unique combination of conventional and integrative medicine • An applied emphasis on non-invasive treatments (whenever possible) • A focus on life-style interventions and the root causes of your chronic conditions


Dr. Grewal is a Board Certifi ed Family Medicine physician and Integrative Functional Medicine doctor. She has been practicing medicine since 2009.


Call today to begin your journey to better health and a brighter future.


Kiran Grewal, MD Preston Professional Plaza


1003 High House Road, Cary, NC 919-234-7169


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