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Fitness guru uses vast experience to help people finally lose weight
Some people quake in fear when they get summoned to a "Come to Janis" meeting. Janis Newton, the new director of MUSC's Wellness Center, said there's really no reason to fear - if your goal truly is to commit to being your best self.




Battling body fat easier with new tool
Using an InBody composition analyzer, fitness consultants at the MUSC Wellness Center use the data from this bioelectrical impedance analysis “scale” to give clients a report card that goes far beyond a traditional scale.



iPads for families of babies in intensive care
MUSC nurse Joan Macpherson (in blue) is holding an iPad paid for by Google. It's part of a program connecting babies in intensive care with moms and dads who can't be with them 24/7.



Scientist honored for work mentoring MUSC women
Dr. Rosalie Crouch has been working for four decades to help more women take leadership roles at MUSC. Her colleagues say she's a role model for all.



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