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By: Ellen White, Ministry of Healing, p252.

Nothing tends more to promote health of body and of soul than does a spirit of gratitude and praise. It is a positive duty to resist melancholy, discontented thoughts and feelings--as much a duty as it is to pray. If we are heaven-bound, how can we go as a band of mourners, groaning and complaining all along the way to our Father's house?

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By: Ashley Collman, Huffington Post (18 March 2014)

b2ap3_thumbnail_image004.jpgBill Clinton's heart is younger than it was 10 years ago after former president lost 30 pounds on plant-based diet, says daughter Chelsea

The former president adopted a plant-based diet four years ago after undergoing emergency heart surgery.

Since adopting a new eating lifestyle, the 67-year-old has lost 30 pounds

Bill Clinton has undergone an incredible physical transformation, and the former president is healthier than ever.

In an interview with the Huffington Post, daughter Chelsea Clinton says her father recently went to the doctor for a check-up and the physician told him his heart is 'much younger than it was even 10 years ago'.

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By: Rod Thomas

“I felt dizzy all of a sudden and the next thing I know something woke me up a few hours later,” Marianne Cook said. “Something was telling me to get out of the bathtub and go call somebody. I made it to the bedroom floor and I don’t remember anything after that.”

Marianne had suffered a massive stroke, and lay on the floor of her apartment, unconscious. She wasn’t found until 20 hours later when neighbors below her called the landlord to complain about water running into their apartment. The landlord called Marianne’s mother.

“This lady told me she was the manager at Marianne’s apartment and that they had found her unresponsive,” said her mother, Wilma. “She said the ambulance was there to take her to the hospital.”

Wilma waited anxiously while doctors tried to find out what had happened. She was shocked when she got the diagnosis.

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By: Brian R. Bell

Moderate exercise significantly reduces kidney stone risk in postmenopausal women.
Choosing the minor discomfort of regular exercise may reduce the excruciating pain of kidney stones in women. Researchers studied the exercise and eating habits 84,225 postmenopausal women for a median of 8 years. They found that women who exercised more reduced their kidney stone risk by 31%. The equivalent of 4 hours of gardening per week or 3 hours of moderate walking per week cut kidney stone risk for these women.

Positive Tip: Make exercise a part of every day!

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