Why you should take your health seriously

In 2015, I wrote a piece for Forbes about the growing gap between rich and poor.

In the piece, I warned that it was possible that we were heading towards an epidemic of wealth inequality. 

What I wrote was wrong, and the piece was quickly deleted. 

But it got me thinking about why we live in a society in which so much wealth is concentrated in a few hands. 

There’s a simple solution: take care of yourself.

There’s been a lot of talk recently about the need for more health care, and we’ve seen that the healthcare system has become more efficient.

But we also know that the cost of caring for ourselves is much higher than it used to be.

According to the OECD, one in four people is now suffering from a chronic illness.

If we don’t start thinking about how to improve our health, it will take decades before we have the same sort of progress. 

And, even if we do have more healthcare, there are still millions of people living with chronic conditions that we simply cannot treat.

It’s not that we should stop caring for our own, it’s that we need to think about how we can take care at all levels of our lives.

The first step is understanding that our health is a matter of life and death.

In order to live a healthy life, we must understand the impact of our own health on others.

It is this understanding that leads to health-related decisions that can help us make better decisions in our lives and in the future. 

When we consider our health in terms of our life and our health as a whole, it becomes obvious that it is a very small part of a whole.

When we take care to get our health right, we can all live a more fulfilled life.