What are the most dangerous risk factors for developing diseases?

Let’s recall the most typical of them: pollution of air, water, soil, food, noise, exposure to electromagnetic fields, radiation. No less dangerous are hypokinesia, an unbalanced diet, overeating and related obesity, stress, sleep and rest disturbance, prolonged hypothermia, drug and alcohol use, and smoking.

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