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malargandhi

Oxford, Mississippi
Hi Y'll, Oh boy! will talk abt myelf later....
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rajesh moganti

tanuku, India
Medical student from India and health blogger

Anne P.

STANFORD, California
Hi all, I'm a disability adviser at the Office of Accessible Education. I'm interested in health promotion activities and sustainability issues. My biggest personal health change this year has been to move to an area with access to public transportation. Since giving up my car I have lost weight, reduced my stress level, saved a bunch of money and made a few new commute buddies.

Geoff, MD

San Mateo, California
I'm a doc with a passion for wellness!

Mary Ann P.

Kansas City, Missouri
Hi everybody, I work from home which means I'm entirely too close to the fridge and can find lots of excuses for not going to the gym. My husband loves Oreos but wouldn't touch a them if I slapped a fat free sticker on the package and my child would kill for mac & cheese. In spite of them, I still manage to find treats and cook meals that are healthy and incorporate a wide range of...

Teresa J.

Ontario N0N 1A0
I love yoga. Wednesday nights, you'll find me in yoga class, blissful and building my strength, balance, and focus. I have a lot of flexibility already but am adding to it. I (used to but since having baby 2 haven't been taking it) take Muay Thai kickboxing to tone up and add cardio to my exercise roster. I walk everywhere, not only because I can't drive (LOL) but because it's good (not...

Carol M.

New York, New York
Long story short - I joined Weight Watchers on Wednesday, November 28, 2007 after deciding that I really needed to do something about my weight and eating habits. I didn't gain my weight until after college, once I started my first sit-down job. Over the course of about 10 years, I put on over 100 lbs (probably closer to 150). At my highest, I weighed just over 300 lbs (right around 9/11). At...

Heather Z.

Portland, Oregon
I enjoy cooking in a free form way that reminds me of Be Bop. I start with a structured idea (recipe) read it thoroughly and then toss it aside. I might jot down some notes (perhaps key ingredients or ideas I have to make it better) then I go into the kitchen and start cooking. Otherwise I create recipes from ideas that pop into my head, which is typically the case. I'm forced to cook with...

Mark S.

Malibu, California
Former Iron Man athlete, I currently run an irreverent health blog, and I own my own vitamin company, Primal Nutrition. For my full bio, go to the "Who is Mark?" section of my health blog, www.marksdailyapple.com

Paula G.

Albertson, New York
I am Dave's mother!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! As well as Julie's mother!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I'm a speech therapist, a tennis player, a singer, a dancer, a bowler, an arts and crafts lover, an exerciser, a friend, a traveler, a reader, a rhymer, an oma, a sister, a cousin and a significant other.