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I am not going to lie to you and say it was pleasant, but I think with the past of time I feel better.
thanks for the tips, very good information
there may be a good idea to commemorate his father. let me take an example by holding a football match between instances. filling activities by way of exercise is better than on should be drunk.
Thank you. It is a useful information for me.
Super advice! Guys stop being scared of the doctors. So many conditions affecting men get worse because we leave it too late before visiting the doctor.
I have had a colonoscopy, I am not going to lie to you and say it was pleasant, but they did find some precancerous colon polyps which were removed. Better to go through the indignity of the procedure now, rather than being diagnosed with cancer down the line…
very good information on father’s day, thanks for sharing tips
Very good points to follow. Get Moving seems to be so easy and yet so hard…
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