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How Active Do You Think You Are?
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29 Jul 2017 09:34 PM EST

A new study claims, thinking that you're less active than others may increase your risk of dying at a younger age.
Study co-author Alia Crum, an assistant professor of psychology at Stanford University, said, "Our findings fall in line with a growing body of research suggesting that our mindsets -- in this case, beliefs about how much exercise we are getting relative to others -- can play a crucial role in our health."
Crum said in a university news release, "So much effort, notably in public health campaigns, is geared toward motivating people to change their behavior: eat healthier, exercise more and stress less. But an important variable is being left out of the equation: people's mindsets about those healthy behaviors."

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