By Alexander Green Most of us take practical steps to maintain good health.
We promise to eat less sugar, fewer refined carbs, and more leafy greens and antioxidant-filled fruits.
We resist binge-watching that new Netflix series to spend time outside or in the gym.
We try to stop smoking, use alcohol in moderation (or not at all) and put on sunscreen before we head to the beach.
But if you truly want to protect your health, there’s something else you need to do: Turn down the risk in your portfolio.
According to a study in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), losing a significant percentage of …read more