What is this article about?
Lifestyle risk factors are modifiable attributes, characteristics or exposures that may increase the risk of developing illnesses and health issues, or exacerbate existing health problems. Changing or modifying these risk factors can improve the overall health of an individual, as well as reduce the risk of illness or death. It’s been found that people living with disability in Australia display higher rates of certain modifiable lifestyle risk factors than the general population.
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