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Environmental, and behavioral risk factors play a role in determining how long a person may live
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Societal, environmental, and behavioral risk factors play a role in determining how long a person may live. Below is a list of factors that could potentially increase or decrease a person’s lifespan, depending upon whether the person participates or does not participate in the activity. Select two of the factors - one that increases, and one that reduces lifespan:

Using/not using tobacco

Engaging in physical activity/lack of physical activity

Being obese/having a healthy weight

Engaging in safe/risky sexual behavior

Good nutrition/lack of proper nutrition

Having a low/middle/high socioeconomic status

Belonging to a particular race or ethnicity

Having/not having access to care

Having/not having health insurance

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