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Eating healthy meals and keeping fit are two sure ways to boost our immune system. Eat a rainbow diet and move your body often. Thanks
Supplying Oxygen and Nutrients to every Cell in a Body. Blood Circulation through and including activity/exercise. Building Blocks of life, having made yourself what you are functioning today! #CCSVI
Keep in mind! Arteries are nothing without a Heart, and a Heart is nothing without Veins! Treatment improving Arterial Circulation is permitted and common, all treatments that improves Circulation in Veins are not widely available. #CCSVI
So happens CCSVI is a treatable congenital SCIENCE CONFIRMED recognized Medical condition established causative factor SO called MS & plays part/role 43 other SO called Neurological afflictions Including Autism according to studies!
Should the treatment of CCSVI be widely available even if it can alleviate symptoMS!
They really are simple steps. Once I turned 70 I realized the quality of the rest of the run is largely up to me. So, I am walking at least 30 minutes a day, cutting back on sugars and carbs and learning to love veggies in new ways. I can feel a positive difference in my step and my general health. Thanks Harvard health for helping me get to where I should have been all along.
I was pleased to see that you provided substantive facts regarding Heart Health and procedures. I have purchased many of your Medical Health Reports which are excellent and a part of my library.
Keep up your good and important work.
I would like to see a Federal Mandate enacted that all public High Schools keep their tracks open to the public and also keep it lit during the evening. It is such a waste of a great resource when these public schools keep their tracks locked up. I understand, they are concerned with damage, but the benefits outweigh the risks and perhaps with today’s technology, and with federal subsidies they can install surveillance cameras and/or hire monitors for after school into the early evening. In order to fight CV we must give the public options and resources to carry out exercise. In many neighborhoods, such as in Philadelphia, it is not safe to freely exercise on the streets due to both limited physical space on the streets and the possibility of crime / physical assault. These threats are real and really do dissuade people. But, the biggest challenge I hear from people is simply finding the time to exercise with their busy schedules.
Small changes do give you big results! Make sure you are also accounting for the need for people to get outside, since most of us have been cooped up in our houses for months. Not only for vitamin d and fresh air, it is a great way to get in those steps by taking a walk that is down the block, up the street or even around your backyard.
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