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“Obesity is an epidemic with sobering statistics and terrifying upward trends,” she says. “Obesity has a negative impact on every aspect of our lives — health, lifespan and quality. It’s currently the number two cause of preventable death — and it’s trending to become the first.”
“Since my diagnosis in 2019 and with the guidance of my medical team at GBMC, I have worked full-time since my surgery. I took vacations with my family. I traveled to Illinois for my soon-to-be daughter-in-law's bridal shower. I walked down the aisle with my son at his wedding. I traveled with my daughter to lacrosse tournaments and college visits. I coached my students to win state and national contests.”
“Chad Wheeler, former offensive tackle for the Seattle Seahawks, beats his girlfriend to the point that he’s surprised to see her alive.” Unfortunately, these days, this type of headline isn’t shocking. It is almost commonplace within the professional football community, but the NFL doesn’t seem to care. One in every three women and one in every four men will experience domestic abuse in their lifetime. Even with the knowledge of these statistics, they have made the poor decision to skim over this topic time and time again rather than use their platform for good. If this type of violence is happening amongst those in the very public eye, such as professional athletes and celebrities, imagine what happens behind closed doors in our communities.
Mike and Jana cook up some delicious breakfast bites with ground chicken and fajita veggies.