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We May Need To Re-Frame How We View Our Health.

It’s not about doing something that’s too little, too late — prevention is much better than cure!

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It’s common for us as humans to live life as if nothing were wrong — which somehow justifies us leading less than satisfactory lifestyles. Even when those aspects of our lifestyles that we do neglect will inevitably result…




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