Unhealthy behaviour and other risk factors significantly reducing longevity, research by VitalityHealth has revealed
According to analysis of VitalityHealth's Vitality Age algorithm, 10% of employees can expect to have their life expectancy reduced by 10 years or more predominantly due to their lifestyle choices. Vitality Age measures the impact of lifestyle, clinical and mental health factors on a person's life expectancy to calculate the disparity between Vitality Age and chronological age - termed the Vitality Age Gap - which describes the number of years that an individual could expect to lose or gain in...
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