Exercise daily for good health and happiness


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Hi all, the following slogan (for promoting doing exercise regularly) was written by my son:

Exercise daily for good health and happiness.

His non-native English teacher changed it to:

Exercise daily to improve your health and happiness.

Do you see the change as an improvement, an unnecessary change, or worse than before?

I think the change is not good because, while it's possible to "improve your health", it doesn't make sense to say "improve your happiness".

Do you agree?
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