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During the course of my life there have been health choices that Ive made that may affect my body andor my health in the future But by knowing my familys history and those diseases that seem to be hereditary will be quite supportive in maintaining a long and healthy life This knowledge will hopeful influence my decisions of prolonged activities that could be harmful or helpful Looking over the history of my mothers side MacKenize most didnt live that long mainly because of heart disease was what took them For the maternal side on my mothers family my great-grandmother lived to the age of 63 then died because of a heart attack great-grandfather lived to 83 and was in pretty good health until he caught pneumonia and died great-uncle Melvin died at 56 due to a heart attack Great Uncle Alex died at 46 but because he was run over by a taxi great aunt Jean died in 80s because of heart problems great aunt Kay also died in her 80s due to heart problems and old age great aunt Kay is still living at age 72 and is in good health other than suffering with arthritis and my grandmother died at 61 because of heart attack My grandfather on my mothers her father Munroe family side died at age 68 from a heart attack and because he died when my mom was only 18 months the history on his side is unknown On my paternal side of the family Horton most have lived to the age of 80 My great-grandfather died after a rake pierced his great-grandmother died at 88 and had Alzheimers my grandmother is presently alive at the age of 85 and in good health other than suffering with rhmeutoid arthritis my grandfather also is alive at the age of 82 but has heart disease has had a triple bypass now lives with a pacemaker and suffered from skin cancer on
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