I've noticed that many bloggers my age who write about health are, in fact, not writing about health at all. They are focused on the inevitability of prolonged or chronic diseases. Most of what they write is about what to do after you get a creepy diagnosis.

However, I disagree with the idea that aging means that we have to resign ourselves to a legion of health problems. As that man Jesus used to say, "As you believe, so shall it be done unto you." I prefer to believe, not in disease, but in the power our bodies have to regenerate, heal and recover. Sometimes our bodies need a little help from modern technology, but mostly what they need to thrive is love, laughter, good food, something satisfying to do, and a peaceful night's sleep.

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