The only disease you'd get without math is Stupidity. Everyone partially has that. just do well in highschooland college and you should be good to go in life. I dont know if that really could cause a disease but who knows!
by getting the variable by it's self
1 in 3
The answer depends on how many cards are in the hand.
The probability is 5/6 (83.333%).
1. Getting regular exercise 2. Eating a balanced diet 3. Not smoking
Intelligence is not affected by regular exercise, but focus and clarity may improve. Our minds work best when our bodies are healthy. Regular exercise definitely does not decrease intelligence!
By helping to prevent diseases such as Diabetes and osteoporosis.e...
Maintaining a healthy body weight, getting regular exercise, and not smoking all promote kidney health. Controlling underlying diseases such as Diabetes and high blood pressure are important in preventing chronic kidney diseases.
Regular exercise has benefits such as controlling weight and preventing heart conditions and diseases. It has also been known to improve mood and boost energy.
well if your talking infectious diseases then probably none but without regular excercise arthreitis can set in making it difficult for many animals to go about there regular routine.
regular exercise helps make us more alert and energetic, by releasing endorphins which is a chemical that improves our mood.
drink plenty of water and get plenty of exercise
Physical fitness is having a healthy body and getting regular exercise.
You can avoid smoking and excessive alcohol and engage in regular weight-bearing exercise.
Bone thinning comes with the territory of aging, however there are things that you can do to delay the effects. If you eat a diet rich in calcium and vitamin D and exercise on a regular basis early in life, and continue with these habits through your adulthood, you can slow the effects of bone thinning.
Regular adherence to an exercise program is enhanced by?