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140317OSM triathlon runningMaybe you’ve run a few 5ks, a marathon or two. Maybe you’re a bicyclist or swimmer looking for something new. Have you every considered participating in a triathlon? Training for and competing in a triathlon is a great way to challenge yourself and vary your workout.

Dr. Sarah Kehl, a board-certified allergy and immunology specialist at Oregon Allergy Associates, was an avid runner and enjoyed swimming for years before she set her sights on her first triathlon.

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Over spring break I had the opportunity to take my family to explore Zion National Park. We love our national parks and have been trying to get to a new one each year. This year we joined a friend in Las Vegas and rented a car to drive the two and a half hours to Zion. We stayed in a villa in Springdale, a small town right outside the park entrance.

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Wear red on Friday, Feb. 1, National Wear Red Day®, to show your support for the fight against heart disease in women.

Many people are surprised to learn that heart disease kills more women than all cancers combined. In fact, heart disease is the leading cause of death of women in the United States.

If you are not aware of your risk for heart disease, it’s wise to do an evaluation. The American Heart Association has designated February as American Heart Month, so why not do it now?

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