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The Pandemic May Have Changed Our Bodies

And it’s time to embrace that change.

Photo: Andres Ayrton on Pexels

A quick look at the mirror shows the stories our bodies are telling.

The unprecedented change in work and lifestyle may have come with more discomfort than we expected.

It’s impossible to say we haven’t been tempted to compare what we formerly looked like before the pandemic to our…

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