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Explain how healthy behaviors and choices can positively effect your health status, and how unhealthy behaviors and choices will negatively affect your health status.

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  1. Healthy behaviors and choices are decisions made when one is conscience of their overall health status, and thus will lead to minimized negative consequences. Overtime, this will positively affect an individual's health status. Conversely, behaviors that are unhealthy ignore the consequences that such actions have on one's health. Eventually, problems will accumulate and health status will be less than ideal.

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  2. Healthy behaviors and decisions will be choices made when one is heart of their general wellbeing status, and in this manner will prompt limited negative outcomes. Additional time, this will decidedly influence a person's wellbeing status. On the other hand, behaviors that are unhealthy overlook the results that such activities have on one's wellbeing. In the long run, issues will amass and wellbeing status will be not exactly ideal.

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