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The NHS spends more than £11bn a year on treating illnesses caused by the effects of diet, lack of exercise, smoking and drinking alcohol.

Stark warnings about the risks of drinking and obesity form part of a new Public Health England (PHE) campaign, called One You, which has been billed as the biggest national health drive since Change4Life.England’s chief medical officer, Professor Dame Sally Davies, said: “We all have the power to shape our future health by making changes now.One You campaign acknowledges that this can be difficult and is there to help make these changes easier.” Professor Sir Muir Gray, clinical adviser for the One You campaign, said: “Many diseases that impact people’s health and shorten their active lives can be prevented.PHE said evidence shows that living healthily in mid-life can double a person’s chances of staying well aged 70 and older.Around 40 per cent of all deaths in England are related to poor lifestyles, such as smoking, drinking too much and being sedentary.