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How to set yourself up for healthy living in 2023

You’ll probably spend 20 to 30 years in mixed (at best) health and about a decade in awful health—where you can’t remember your children, use the bathroom independently, have sex, walk around the block, or use all five senses. Is this a reality you can accept? You don’t have to, write partner Tom Latkovic and associate partner Lars Hartenstein in a new article from the McKinsey Health Institute. Higher-quality life is within reach, but unlocking it requires challenging conventional half-truths and outdated ideas. Before you embark on another set of doomed health-related resolutions this New Year’s Day, check out these insights on achieving great health, mastering your mindset in times of crisis, thinking outside the box, and much more.

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Leading with compassion: Prioritizing workplace mental health