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Dr. David Samadi discussed the satisfactory health of the rescued Chilean miners. The miners worked as a team and cut down on food and liquid consumption. They lost weight as a result and only one miner got sick, with pneumonia. Long term health concerns include dental hygiene, pulmonary issues, fungal/viral infections, skin diseases, dehydration, cardiac issues, vitamin/mineral deficiencies (such as Vitamin D, due to lack of sun exposure, which can result in cancer) and post-traumatic stress disorders.

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