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The six elements of physical fitness

The six elements of physical fitness

In 1st grade, my gym teacher made us all memorize the definition of physical fitness. Decades later, I still recall it as: Physical Fitnesslearning to use your body in many different ways.

How Many Calories in Your Fast-Food Meal? Guess Again
THURSDAY, May 23 (HealthDay News) -- People who eat at fast-food restaurants are consuming significantly more calories than they realize -- and teens are the worst offenders, a new study found.
Maryland General will no longer deliver babies
Carver said this afternoon that 50 total employees would lose their jobs, including 10 to 15 doctors and midwives. They could get jobs at other UMMS facilities, including other positions at Maryland General.
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