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Here we are in a new year, and I’ve been thinking about something simple I could do to improve my life.
By age 50, the average person will have walked 75,000 miles, according to the American Podiatric Medical Association. That’s a lot of steps, even without the Fitbit tracker.
For many people, the start of a new year is a time to leave some habits behind and face the upcoming year with fresh motivation and a set of new commitments. For those living with a chronic disease or chronic pain, it can be hard to escape the daily challenges. The good news is, regardless of the type of illness, you can build skills and confidence for managing your health, staying active and enjoying your life.
If you’re one of the people who feel guilty about your coffee, take heart, I have good news for you. In moderation coffee is not a problem. It even has health benefits.
News headlines for October 28, 2015
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Research published in Neurology assessed 1,370 patients