Be grateful

What do you need to do to be healthier?

“Most things I would say are commonsense—things you were taught in first grade,” Dr. David Johnson, chair of internal medicine at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center told The Dallas Morning News in an article in its September 30, 2014, issue.

“You don’t have to go to medical school to figure out things are bad for you like smoking, being a sloth.”

It helps to sleep. Move. Eat produce. And be grateful.

We’re pleased that Dr. Johnson’s last tip is a reminder to be thankful.

“We experience great things all day long that we fail to acknowledge,” he says. “I don’t want to sound new wave-y, but our health is more than just physical health….Even if I don’t live a long time, I’m happy with what I experience.”

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