As a child, I had lots of fun playing with a Hula Hoop. It was a hip thing to do! My parents encouraged all my siblings (eight brothers and sisters) to master the technique as it was economical and got us to exercise. 511 more words
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By Chris Morris
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – On today’s APP-tastic and outta SITE – Every Body Walk.
The smart phone as a pedometer isn’t exactly new, but if you’re looking for a simple, visually appealing way to keep track of your journeys, Every Body Walk does the trick. 42 more words
Written by Rajdeep Pooni,MD PGY 2 at Kasier Permanente Oakland Pediatric Residency Program on global health rotation with Project Angkor in Cambodia.
Prior to my trip to Cambodia, I had been asked to list my objectives and expectations for the trip. 909 more words
Written by Sefanit Mekuria, PGY 4 at Kasier Permanente Oakland Pediatric Residency Program on global health rotation with Project Angkor in Cambodia.
We made it to the airport on December 28, 2014 with our luggage and large boxes that contained medications and medical supplies, which was sent to us from the Project Angkor staff. 1,288 more words
CLAREMONT (CBSLA.com) — An Encino woman is breaking her silence about a multimillion-dollar verdict she received against a local hospital.
As CBS2’s Tom Wait reports, Anna Rahm had a happy, carefree and innocent childhood. 483 more words
A 26-year-old Fontana man died Sunday evening after the car he was driving collided with a tour bus at an intersection in Bloomington, authorities said. 225 more words