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Posted: Tuesday, January 1, 2013 12:00 am

I started going to the local gym in Lake Isabella because my husband, Lonnie (who is handicapped), needed the physical therapy. Yet, I knew that Lonnie wouldn’t join the gym unless I did. So, we both joined the gym about four months ago. I started going to the “Silver Sneaker” class at the gym, which meets for one hour three times weekly.

Previously, my cholesterol was 249. The doctor told me that I’m going to have a stroke if I don’t lower my cholesterol., my cholesterol was always above 200 since before I was 40 years old. Now, I’m 61. So, what the doctor told me wasn’t anything new.

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