Before, I never really cared for my health because I was so confident to know that I have a strong immune system. I know that for sure cos I don't get sick easily. In fact, I have only been admitted to the hospital once (knock on wood) and that is when I gave birth to my son. But it changed when I got my baby. I realized how important health is cos having a baby is as same as having a precious gem that you don't want anything bad happen to it. And then, the phrase "Prevention is better than cure" had became my motto in comes to health and I assume you know why.
Anyway, talking about health, have you heard about the serious cancer disease known as Mesothelioma? It is a disease caused my exposure to asbestos. As for now, there's no known cure for that said disease but anyone who has it could undergo certain treatment.
I know, I don't need to say it but always put in your mind that "Prevention is always better than cure" before it'd be too late.
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