A day in the life of Josie Kelly Shcwebel

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Running head: A DAY IN THE LIFE OF JOSIE 1 A Day in the Life of Josie Kelly Schwebel HCA 250 June 9, 2011 Michelle Rose
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A DAY IN THE LIFE OF JOSIE 2 A Day in the Life of Josie At the end of Josie’s story she said she does not have time to go to the doctor, she feels fine anyway so she does not need to go. Just because you feel fine does not mean something is not wrong. There could be hidden illnesses that will not show any symptoms for a while. The stress alone that she thinks about every day could be causing problems that she is unaware about. Josie walks several blocks from the parking garage to her building and gets short of breath. She does not see it as a problem, but it is the smoking half a pack of cigarettes in 30 minutes that causes this and that could cause lung cancer.
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Unformatted text preview: Many people think the same way as Josie. There is nothing wrong with them so why should they go to the doctor. Many things can factor into your health throughout the day, stress at home or work, what you eat or drink in the day, activates you do. When I was younger I never had to worry about what I was eating or drinking or so I thought. Now that I am older and have been not carrying about what I eat or how active I am in the day, it is harder for me to get into that frame of mind. I have to be more conscious of what I put into my body and be more active. I am overweight by 30 lbs and now have to work hard to get the weight off and still work harder to keep it off once it is gone....
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