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These are the stories I am following on November 27…

1-Death rate is alarming for young people
Life expectancy for Americans ages 25 to 64 has fallen for the third year in a row. A study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association looked at mortality data from the past 60 years, and found that death rates of people ages 25 to 34 jumped 29% from 2010 to 2017. The increased death rates among young and middle-aged adults stemmed mostly from suicide, drug overdose, obesity and liver disease.

DML: And we as a nation are watching lawmakers worry about Ukraine.  How disgusting.

2-America getting fatter

“An average of 28% of Americans said they weighed 200 pounds or more from 2010-2019, up from 24% during the prior decade,” Gallup’s RJ Reinhart writes. Americans’ average self-reported weight rose to 178 pounds — from 174 pounds during the previous decade, with similar increases among men (4 pounds) and women (3 pounds). And yet … Even as Americans’ weight has been increasing, about the same number describe themselves as being “very” or “somewhat” overweight.

DML: This is not good, as the weight will lead to greater issues like diabetes and heart disease.

3-Trump tears into impeachment inquiry
President Trump took the stage in Sunrise, Fla. Tuesday night to address supporters at what his reelection campaign rally dubbed a “homecoming rally” before the start of his Thanksgiving break at Mar-a-Lago. First it was the Russia hoax, total hoax, a failed overthrow attempt and the biggest fraud in the history of our country,” Trump said. “Now the same maniacs are pushing the deranged impeachment, a witch hunt the same as before.”

DML: Florida will be an important state for Trump in 2020.  Although it remains red, the state is close to turning blue.

4-Feds launch criminal probe of opioid makers, distributors
Federal prosecutors have opened a criminal investigation into whether pharmaceutical companies intentionally allowed opioid painkillers to overwhelm communities and are using laws normally used to pursuer drug dealers, the Wall Street Journal reports. If the investigation results in criminal charges, it could become the largest prosecution yet of drug companies alleged to have contributed to the opioid epidemic, further complicating the legal troubles of businesses facing multibillion-dollar civil cases in courts nationwide.

DML: If we do not hold these companies accountable, nothing will change.

5- Pat is walking up and down the stairs pain free.
Here is an email from Pat from Tennessee. She started with DML PURE CBD in July…”I first took the oil for 2 months then switched to the pills. Have bad knee and shoulder injuries from an auto accident.  My knees have been great. I can walk up and down stairs with no problems.  My shoulder is about 90% better.  I am hoping Miracle Me will take care of the 10%.”

DML: You don’t have to be from Tennessee to be the smartest person in the room.  Be smart no matter where you live. STOP LIVING IN PAIN.  Go to and give yourself the opportunity to feel great again.  Get in there today before supply is gone for the season.  Give yourself the gift you deserve. Go to NOW…!

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