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More than wealth or fame, health is one of the things that people value the most. In this month’s issue of Analytical English , we look at what’s bad for you, what’s good, and how people deal with illness. As you probably know, smoking is extremely bad for you, so “Smoking Linked to Damaged Vision” might not surprise you. If your vices are food-related, perhaps “Keeping Those Crazy Cravings in Check” will help you cut back on unhealthy sweets and sugary drinks. If you want to get more proactive about your health, we suggest you “Take a Bath & Relax... In the Forest.” The Japanese custom of forest bathing has immeasurable benefits for your body and soul. One of the best habits to avoid getting sick is to wash your hands. Next time you do, perhaps you can think of “Why Soap Lather Is Always White.” Of course, ailments are inevitable, but “Sickboy Laughs in the Face of Illness” and perhaps you can learn to as well. So as you prepare to count down to the new year, Analytical English is wishing everyone health and happiness.