As we grow older, our bodies undergo many physiological changes as a result of the aging process. The transformations are natural but, in general, not positive ones. And some of them begin, not in our golden years, but in our thirties or even sooner. Conventional thought has been that all the ravages of aging are inevitable, automatically occurring as we mature and grow old.
Do you ever worry, when you’re at the gym, about bacteria left on the equipment by other members? If you do, it probably bothers you when someone just walks away from a weight machine without wiping it. Right?