John Scharffenberg, 92, and his son, Robert 67 are both in the medical profession, follow a similar diet, and incorporate exercise as part of their daily routine. This photo was taken just before John gave a brief talk at his church on new findings showing that women given medications to lower serum cholesterol often had higher mortality than those not given medications.
John Scharffenberg, 92, and his son, Robert 67 are both in the medical profession, follow a similar diet, and incorporate exercise as part of their daily routine. This photo was taken just before John gave a brief talk at his church on new findings showing that women given medications to lower serum cholesterol often had higher mortality than those not given medications. Morgan Voorhis Sierra Star
John Scharffenberg, 92, and his son, Robert 67 are both in the medical profession, follow a similar diet, and incorporate exercise as part of their daily routine. This photo was taken just before John gave a brief talk at his church on new findings showing that women given medications to lower serum cholesterol often had higher mortality than those not given medications. Morgan Voorhis Sierra Star

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October 14, 2016 09:42 AM

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