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Our annual MRKH Conference for Teens and Their Families will be held on Saturday, October 25th, 2014 at Boston Children's Hospital.
There are a few things that can lead to high cholesterol: what you eat, how physically active you are, and your genetics. You can't do anything to change your genetics, but you can make positive lifestyle changes that will help to control your cholesterol... read more
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I don’t know if it was the thousands of supporters I saw wearing yellow and blue Boston Strong t-shirts, cheering on the runners; or if it was the story I read about a runner that fell during the race and was unable to finish so other runners stopped to help him, carrying him across the finish line; or if it was the extremely friendly but also vigilant police force; or if it was the determined runners who high-fived spectators along the way and crossed the finish line with pride; or maybe it was just a combination of all of these things that culminated in an extreme sense of joy and pride within me... read more
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