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Health chronic diseaseHealth & Chronic Disease – By the age of fifty most of us will be diagnosed with one or more chronic diseases for which we will be prescribed medication.  Chronic diseases include heart disease, diabetes, breathing difficulties, cancer and other diseases treated by medication.  How does one disease relate to another?  Does the diagnosis of one disease result in another disease?  Managing health and chronic disease becomes a part of our daily life.  Learn helpful information to make the best of health and daily life.

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Warning: Get Smart and Live Longer

Warning: Get Smart and Live Longer Low Intelligence (and Denial) Increases Chronic Disease and Early Disability Research indicates that intelligence predicts mid-life biological aging.1 Low intelligence is associated not just with premature death, but also with a range of health conditions, beginning with obesity and the metab

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Give Yourself the Gift of Health

Give Yourself the Gift of Health When I was a child, Valentine’s Day was a significant day.  My mom purchased the small box of cards on which I would print the names of all of my classmates; especially the one boy who I hoped would like me.  As I grew up, Valentine’s Day continued to have special meaning.  Flowers would (or

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