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Kelsey Mohring
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Michael Jensen, a professor of medicine at the Mayo Clinic, who specializes [...]

Posted by @kelseydm, Sep 29, 2015

Michael Jensen, a professor of medicine at the Mayo Clinic, who specializes in obesity and diabetes, uses various ways to reduce daily sitting time that he also recommends to his patients. When he has meetings with just one or two people he finds a place where they can walk together instead of sitting. And he tells his patients who are parents to use their children’s athletic events as a time to be on their feet.

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I was sick all of 2013 with respiratory infections. In January 2014 I was diagnosed with Interstitial Pneumonitis; prognosis of 3-5 years. Was treated with oxygen and prednisone. End of 2014 I was told that I was well and healed, and no longer needed oxygen. My breathing still isn’t as good as it should be; there is a dark spot at the bottom of each lung which the doctor doesn’t address. I believe this result was an Act of God. How could a surgeon and pulmonologist run tests, perform lung surgery, come up with this diagnosis, and Not Know how or why I’m “well”?

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