Don’t Want Alzheimer's? Stop Sweating the Small Stuff.

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The daily life of a typical American is deadly. We generally exist in a state of chronic stress that begins in childhood and continues throughout midlife. By the time we are old enough and wise enough to stop sweating the small stuff — the daily evidence of our supremely human lives — the damage is already done, and we find ourselves facing real consequences of chasing the American Dream…

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