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An attitude of gratitude is a good health choice.
An attitude of gratitude is a good health choice.
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We are fast heading towards the end of what has been a pretty tough year for most people.

The festive season is traditionally a time when family and friends come together to celebrate past achievements and make plans and resolutions for the year ahead.

But the coronavirus has brought much sadness and anxiety into our lives – lives have been lost, jobs have gone, our country’s economy is strained far beyond its means. And uncertainty still clouds 2021, which may not bring dramatic changes for the better.

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