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Jacob Zipperstein Public Health Hw # 3 Life threatening illnesses are extremely difficult to combat in the sense that whatever the patient does he will never get better. The chronic illness is as mentally difficult as it is physically difficult. Coping with the fact that your illness is life threatening is one of the hardest stages of having the illness. Unfortunately, many of these diseases are easily preventable, just not enough is done in order to make sure they do not occur. Ones lifestyle basically determines whether or not they will develop a chronic illness. If you take care of your body and your mind, then many of the illnesses out there can easily be prevented. Exercising as well as healthy eating takes some effort, but the effort put in to staying healthy is much less then the effort you would have to put in if diagnosed with a chronic illness. If you are active and in control of how you live, then contracting a chronic disease should be difficult. It is vital that society keeps a close watch on their environment
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This note was uploaded on 09/04/2010 for the course CHEM 10966 taught by Professor Vollhardt during the Spring '10 term at Berkeley.

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