Just a Heads Up! Be Wary of Health Cures
A fellow employee with whom I worked closely had a bad "ticker".
He was encouraged by medical professionals to accept bypass surgery for his blockage problem. Needless to say, he would have been concerned.
A fellow employee, now about 96 years old, advised him not to undergo the surgery, but to drink this healthy mixture he prescribed and walk a good deal during the lunch hour. The two, occasionally with one or two others, were out every day, rain or shine, for their walk.
Well, in the meantime, my parents had died and left some $40,000 dollars to each of us kids. With the money, I bought a car and made a sizable payment on a new trailer. My fellow employee wondered at the wisdom of my buying a trailer. After talking, he figured he'd buy himself a trailer after retirement, which was immediately upcoming.
Next thing I knew, he'd retired, moved, and purchased his trailer. Well, his trailer needed a deck, so he began building one. One day, after work, he came inside, I believe for a cup of coffee, and FELL DOWN DEAD. His ticker had ticked its last. He'd died. Age? 60. Yes, 60. If only he had had that bypass surgery. Quite probably, he would have lived on for a number of years. You see, he'd only been retired about ONE MONTH.
So, so sad! My advice? Listen to the health cure suggestions. But do NOT ignore your medical doctor. He's been trained thoroughly, for years. That health cure suggestion may have come from a banker, a taxi-driver, a checkout register operator, or a plumber.
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