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February 20, 2007
Disappointing that doctors canít provide magical cures. Instead, mad scientists, they draw blood, wait, try medications, see what works. A friend said something about getting a new medication for every year past 50. Since I take a half dozen already, Iíll need a suitcase for pharmacy trips at 65. Pills canít, wonít, and donít provide good health. But still, I havenít the willpower to eat better, exercise more, sleep enough and relax. In 1907 maybe, but not this century. Is there a pill that can set the clock back 100 years? That would be a cure, but fantasy, not reality.