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Background: The preventable risk factors such as smoking, harmful drinking, and unhealthy weight have contributed to the accelerated rise in non-communicable chronic diseases that are dominant drivers of health care use and spending in China. This study aimed to ascertain the effects of smoking, regular drinking, and unhealthy weight on healthcare utilization in China. Methods: The database used in this study was obtained from the China Family Panel Studies (CFPS), and the final sampledoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-98993/v1 fatcat:74kscnbx7fd2rbcamso72w7shq