Walking “The Walk”

To start this in the proper frame of mind:
Walking isn’t exercise. Walking is just a way to make up for being sedentary.

Today it was nice enough out to walk “The Walk.”

This is a walk through the highlights of Massapqequa — passing various houses and places that had meaning back in high school. Usually I walked The Walk alone, although I have walked it a few times with Jarrod — which is probably how it became The Walk.

Sitting in front of a computer all day is not what the human animal is meant to do. Although it’s very easy to sit and snack and while away the day, that’s not good for you.

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World Tuberculosis Day – Some Remicade Thoughts

According to Google
https://www.google.com/intl/en/landing/stoptb/index.html

March 24 commemorates World Tuberculosis Day, the date in 1882 when Dr Robert Koch discovered the bacterial infection spread through the air.

Each year, more than 9 million people will become sick from TB and 1.7 million will die. Two billion people—one third of the world’s population—are infected with Mycobacterium tuberculosis, the bacteria that cause TB disease. Easily activated when the immune system is compromised, TB is a major killer of people with HIV/AIDS.

That is some scary big numbers. Especially to someone who is on Remicade, which can lower your ability to fight tuberculosis.

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