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Wellness Wednesday: Chewing Gum, History of Treadmills, Bone Marrow Donors

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Everyone has heard the myth that if you swallow gum it'll stay in your stomach for up to seven years. Although it may not stay in his stomach for almost a decade, many were still concerned when Press Secretary Sean Spicer recently admitted he chews and swallows up to 35 pieces of gum a day. Today we'll look at the health benefits and potential health problems related to chewing gum, the past and future of treadmill exercise and the issues that ethnic minorities often face when in need of bone marrow transplants.

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