We’re hearing more stories about people of all ages being diagnosed with an array of conditions like diabetes, high blood pressure and even having heart attacks and strokes. In the past, we’ve associated these conditions and diseases with older people however times have changed.
Dr. Joanna Dolgoff discuss the top risk factors in Huffington Post that everyone should pay attention to and adjust their lifestyle if needed to live a longer life.
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