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Todays society is much different than society was a century ago or even thirty years ago Society is constantly changing and reforming to improve the conditions under which we live Technology medical health and social acceptance are all examples of areas that were changed and reformed to improve our living conditions Technology has advanced more in the last century than it has since the dawn of time Weve seen developments to every aspect of life from cars to microwave ovens to computers The one thing that all of these technological marvels have in common is their goal to make life easier and more efficient Are lives can be so much simpler in todays society If we need water then we dont have to go out to the well we just turn on the tap in our kitchen When we want to send a message fax and e-mail are much faster than pony express No longer do we have to get logs for the fire today we just turn up the thermostat However these luxuries in life can lead to a lazy and unhealthy lifestyle To that end improvements in medical and physical health have been made Diseases which were once considered deadly and hopeless are now considered minor annoyances Vaccines and other treatments have led to the demise of many killer diseases We now know more about nutrition than we ever cared to know before As a result people are more diet conscious than ever People are able to make decisions to eat food that will benefit their physical health Exercise is another important facet of physical health People know what exercises they need to do and how to do them if not they hire someone who does All of this can be done in the comfort of their home or at a gym Keeping in shape is of such importance to so many people that workout facilities have become a new and acceptable social
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