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Facts and figures to keep you healthy [Infographic]

Our lives have become so fast paced that health gets relegated to somewhere at the back in our list of priorities. To make you realise the importance of taking care of your health, here are some interesting facts.
 

When was the last time you took stairs instead of lift in office? You may not realise, but your sedentary lifestyle could be wreaking havoc on your health. Add to this- your hectic routine which leaves you with no time to take care of your physical fitness. But don’t worry, with knowledge of some essential health facts and simple activities and habits, you can easily take care of your health, in spite of your busy schedule.

These facts not just make you more aware about your health, but also tell you simple ways to stay fit. However still, to stay financially protected against any medical exigency, it is important to get health insurance. To know more, click here.

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