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“Sweetie, Granny had a stroke.”
“No job is worth ruining your health over.”
“Some people are just genetically predisposed to alcoholism, I guess.”
“Ashley, for God's sake, go to the doctor and get that checked out!”
“Any update on how uncle Harry is doing?”
“You've taken on way too much. You need to scale back.”
“Children and the elderly are particularly vulnerable.”
“I've been diagnosed with Parkinson's.”
“You know what helps me is as soon as the pain starts, I take an aspirin or something to stop the inflammation.”
“The average life expectancy there is something crazy like 82 years.”
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