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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.

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InBody

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.

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WEIGHT LOSS ADVICE

Healthy Charleston Challenge

He lost 43 pounds and he's still losing weight 
Ben Ellsworth used the Healthy Charleston Challenge to help him lose the weight. He and three other participants share what they learned about eating and living well.

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HPV PREVENTION

Preventing some cancers with HPV vaccine
Dr. Jennifer Young Pierce (above) says the HPV vaccine is 'incredibly safe.' A documentary screening at MUSC shows how important the potentially life-saving vaccine is.

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Jim Edwards has died, and there is a void in the heart and soul and political spirit of his beloved South Carolina. 

Ron Brinson
Former special assistant to Gov. James B. Edwards

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