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WEEKLY CHALLENGE: Try a New Grain (or two!)

WEEKLY CHALLENGE:  Try a New Grain (or two!)
2013 Weekly Challenge #11: Try a new grain (or two) Eating healthy, fiber-rich grains is a great way to improve your diet. Not only are they delicious and good for you, but whole grains also make you feel more satisfied and stick with you a lot longer.

Tune in TONIGHT to 'Fighting Lung Cancer: A Woman's Inspiration'

Tune in TONIGHT to 'Fighting Lung Cancer: A Woman's Inspiration'

Increasingly, more and more people who’ve never smoked a day in their life are being diagnosed with lung cancer. And while lung cancer causes more deaths annually than any other form of cancer, if caught early, recovery is at its best.

News 10 and Mercy Cancer Institute of Greater Sacramento invite you to tune in to a special half-hour segment “Fighting Lung Cancer: A Woman’s Inspiration” Thursday, November 29 at 7:30 p.m.

You will be introduced to local women, all non-smokers, who were diagnosed with lung cancer incidentally, and learn about the movement that seeks to screen and catch lung cancer early—for the best possible treatment outcomes.

Again, this show airs Thursday, November 29, at 7:30pm on News10.  You won't want to miss it!

 

Watch 'Stand Up To Cancer' on News10 Sept 7 @ 8pm

Watch 'Stand Up To Cancer' on News10 Sept 7 @ 8pm

This year 1.4 million Americans will be diagnosed with Cancer.

Help advance groundbreaking research.  Watch 'Stand Up to Cancer' this Friday from 8:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Help Knock Cancer out of the Park with Memorial Medical Center and The Modesto Nuts!

Help Knock Cancer out of the Park with Memorial Medical Center and The Modesto Nuts!

The public is invited to “Knock Cancer Out of the Park” with Memorial Medical Center and the Modesto Nuts on Saturday, June 9, when the Nuts challenge the Bakersfield Blaze at John Thurman Field in Modesto. The event will highlight breast cancer awareness and feature valuable health information, fireworks and a great night of baseball!

Commemorative “Knock Cancer Out of the Park” t-shirts, game tickets and special seating will be available for breast cancer survivors on a first-come, first-served basis. Breast cancer survivors may call 209-569-7789 for more information.

Entertainment begins at 6 p.m. and game time is 7:05 p.m. Staff from Memorial will provide cancer awareness information and sell special pink t-shirts in honor of the occasion.

Help Knock Cancer out of the Park with Memorial Medical Center and The Modesto Nuts!

Help Knock Cancer out of the Park with Memorial Medical Center and The Modesto Nuts!

The public is invited to “Knock Cancer Out of the Park” with Memorial Medical Center and the Modesto Nuts on Saturday, June 9, when the Nuts challenge the Bakersfield Blaze at John Thurman Field in Modesto. The event will highlight breast cancer awareness and feature valuable health information, fireworks and a great night of baseball!

Commemorative “Knock Cancer Out of the Park” t-shirts, game tickets and special seating will be available for breast cancer survivors on a first-come, first-served basis. Breast cancer survivors may call 209-569-7789 for more information.

Entertainment begins at 6 p.m. and game time is 7:05 p.m. Staff from Memorial will provide cancer awareness information and sell special pink t-shirts in honor of the occasion.

Local woman makes fitness dreams reality

Local woman makes fitness dreams reality

Local woman makes fitness dreams reality
The Turlock Journal
Lori Hooper might be the successful owner of two fitness studios now, but just a few years ago she was Lori Avila, a student at Turlock High School and a member of the cross country team. Hard work paid off for Hooper, who opened her second studio ...

Diving into summer fitness

Diving into summer fitness

Diving into summer fitness
The Turlock Journal
The extended season runs until Oct. 31 and it opens CVA participation to Turlock Marlins members and swimmers from neighboring communities like Hilmar, Ceres and Delhi. The extended season offers five levels ranging from high school teens to an 8 and ...