A lot of us need some encouragement — and sometimes downright nagging — to exercise. This is where a significant other comes in really handy. A January 2015 study published in JAMA Internal Medicine looked at how likely people were to change their habits for the healthier, like quitting smoking, starting to be active, or losing weight, in relation to what their partner did. What they found was that people were more successful in adopting new, healthy habits if their partner did it, too.
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