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On Dec. 5, 2017, 57-year-old Ira Schalk began to feel nauseous on his job at a lead mining operation near Viburnum, Mo. For days he had felt tired, but thought it might be the flu. It wasn’t.
After surviving lymphoma in her late teens, Cathy Casteel couldn’t imagine that the radiation treatment, which helped saved her life at the time, would lead to heart and lung issues that would threaten her life once again.
When it came time for LaTisha (Tish) Smith of Belleville, Ill., to tell her family that she was having surgery, the hardest conversation was with her 9-year-old son, Lee. Both he and his sister, Leah, age 6, had lost their dad and Tish’s husband just two years earlier.
Like many women today, Claire Budd, 48, leads a pretty busy
life. Between raising her two kids and working a full-time job,
she has little time for herself, let alone her personal health and
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