Wednesday, May 18, 2011
The 2011 Go Red challengers lost a total of 85.6 pounds and 68.5 inches, dropped their total cholesterol by 183 points and slashed their triglycerides by 461 points. By Lisa Hanchey
Wednesday, May 18, is the official send-off for the 2011 Go Red for Women Personally Fit Challenge ladies, and I must say that I’m sad it’s over. This year’s group of women really supported and inspired each other to push through the tough times in order to meet their personal fitness goals. But, like all good things, the challenge must come to an end, allowing the ladies to take flight and maintain results on their own.
Wednesday, May 4, 2011
Nursed to health by UMC and her adoptive parents two years ago, preemie Jennifer Marie Fero is this year’s March of Dimes ambassador. By Lisa Hanchey
Edwina and Christopher Jude Fero prayed for a miracle. Together since 1994, Jude desperately wanted to become a father. Edwina, or “Eddie,” as most know her, already had two grown children from a previous marriage, as well as a grandchild. But, she and Jude wanted a child together. As both were approaching 50, they thought that adoption was the most viable option.
Wednesday, April 6, 2011
Darrell Robinson has listened to the first heart beats of countless babies, but it’s playing alongside the beat of Grammy winners like Buckwheat Zydeco that really ignites the passion in this local surgeon. By Lisa Hanchey
Dr. Darrell Robinson’s story reads like a Horatio Alger novel. The Chicago-born native started playing the guitar at age 12, and as a homeless teenager, supported himself by playing at local dives.
Wednesday, March 2, 2011
Patients looking to rejuvenate their faces now have more choices. By Lisa Hanchey
With spring approaching, people are finally starting to emerge from their cold, concealing caves and into the hot, revealing sunlight.
Wednesday, November 3, 2010
It’s time to work out on your terms. By Lisa Hanchey
When it comes to regular exercise, some people want to get down to the basics — no pools, tennis courts or group classes, just cardio equipment and weights. For others, huge health clubs with a myriad of activities can be overwhelming and intimidating. With Lafayette’s newest fitness options, couch potatoes have no more excuses for avoiding exercise.
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