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Healthy Living with Sharon Jalene, MS

todayOctober 2, 2017

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Chronic diseases like type two diabetics, heart diseases, and cancer are the number one killer of Americans. They are far too common and they are some of the most difficult time consuming and expensive diseases to manage, but also some of the most preventable. Research shows that with simple lifestyle tweaks we could prevent 80 percent of heart diseases, strokes and diabetes, as well as 40 percent of all cancers. Here to talk more about those life style changes is Sharon Jalene, a nutrition and kinesiology teacher and researcher at UNLV.

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