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  • Fitness Files: When it comes to walking, the nag knows best

    "Why don't you write about something you do really well?" my husband asked. Then he added, "Nagging."
  • Fitness Files: To run with shin splints or not to run?

    "You're not going to like it, but here's what you should do," said my husband. "Don't hike Monday, don't run the rest of the week, don't race." I'd just returned from my Saturday morning run to tell him, "Catherine kicked me off the trail when I said the...

    Volleyball: Remy giving back

    The inaugural Heart 2 Heart Volleyball Tournament is an event with an amazing story. Remy Wilson, an incoming Newport Harbor High freshman, has organized the tournament as a vehicle to support a cause that is very important to her: the UCLA Pediatric...

    All About Food: Mucus, margarine and other myths

    I have gotten some nice feedback on the article I wrote a few weeks ago called "Adhering to these food myths? Stop" (All About Food, May 22) and have decided to do a second installment. 1. Sugary foods make kids hyperactive. This has been debunked...

    All About Food: Adhering to these food myths? Stop.

     All About Food: Adhering to these food myths? Stop.
    I recently received my Mayo Clinic Health Letter and one of the main topics was dietary supplements. All that I have read lately seems to suggest that these supplements are fairly useless and cannot substitute for a well-balanced, healthy diet. Whole...