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Inactivity is as dangerous as cigarette smoking for your health.

This is the latest breaking news on health from AOL via my iphone, received as I sit on a chair in my office between appointments.

Quick, be active, I say out loud to myself.

Should I run around the room?

Should I lift up the chair, throw it in the air vigorously and catch it at specific quad muscle angles during various intervals of the day?

I always have exercise in mind.

After all, I make it a point to walk briskly everywhere, even to my car every time I approach it.

I'm hoping this counts!

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What I think is most dangerous is constant worrying about what is dangerous.

Knowledge is a good thing.

But for those of us genetically aligned with Woody Allen, (that is, having the worry gene), the imagination doesn't stop with mere information.

Oh no.

This is where we start.

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A red bump on the skin is not necessarily just a red bump on the skin.

After all, early diagnosis of a tick spear can possibly preempt lyme disease, or so I have read.

And what does a tick look like anyway?

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