Cholesterol testing in children and adolescents: useful or unreliable?

The other week¬†a coaching client of mine told me about a recent cholesterol test ordered by the child’s pediatrician. Its results were mixed, some numbers fell into “normal” ranges, and others didn’t. Of particular concern for the family was the slightly elevated total cholesterol and non-HDL cholesterol. High cholesterol ran in the family. The father […]

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Capped off the 2016 triathlon season with a podium: Maple Grove Race Report

Nothing beats¬†ending on a high-point. The accomplishment satisfies us, while the anticipation of topping it motivates us for next time. Last weekend I capped my 2016 triathlon season at Lifetime Maple Grove. It wasn’t the original plan – that was to race the Chicago triathlon with my sister. Instead, I opted for a more local […]

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