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Begin by looking at the way you regard your own health. Many people think it is the doctor's job to keep them healthy. But look at it another way and it becomes obvious that we all need to become active participants in maintaining our own good health. This responsible approach is particularly feasible in the prevention of heart disease and stroke — the two great killers of modern times — since their causes are predictable and largely preventable.
Most of the great epidemic diseases of the past have been overcome by social and cultural changes and by public preventive measures, rather than through the direct application of medical knowledge. This is true of cholera, tuberculosis, poliomyelitis and most of the infectious diseases. It could also be true of heart disease and stroke.
If you have had a heart attack or a stroke medical science can help to patch you up, but the contribution from physicians and surgeons is trivial compared to the contribution which could be made by adopting a more healthy way of life.