A study highlights the importance of a healthy lifestyle in preventing cardiovascular disease (CVD) among postmenopausal women with normal BMI. Researchers reveal that maintaining a high-quality diet, engaging in physical activity, avoiding smoking, limiting alcohol intake, and having a lower waist circumference significantly reduce the risk of CVD.
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