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Gigglie on Cost of Health Program

The quote humorously plays with the notion that if the mental strain could physically burn calories like exercise does, then perhaps the pervasive stress experienced by many people in modern life would negate the need for health programs to manage weight and related health issues. It wryly suggests that, in such a scenario, there would be less need to spend on healthcare, as stress would inadvertently take care of a major health concern. The underlying commentary is on the high levels of stress common in contemporary society and the irony that, despite its potential to "burn calories," stress is generally harmful and leads to increased healthcare needs and costs.


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