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Body Wise: The Fitness Marshall

Look out, Richard Simmons.

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Realty Check: There’s a Doctor in the House

Paging … convenience.

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Top Docs: Slim Chance

“We have an 80 percent success rate at getting to a goal weight and keeping it off for a year.”

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Top Docs: Telemedicine Do’s and Don’ts

But exactly when—cough, sniffle—is the right time to videoconference with your doctor, and when should you opt for the old-fashioned type of face time?

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Editor’s Note, November 2016: Worried Sick

I suffer from crippling bouts of anxiety. I’m also a procrastinator. This may explain why I haven’t visited a doctor in 15 years.

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5 Popular Ways to Get Fit Outdoors in Indianapolis

Whether you’re a yogi or Zumba devotee, there are ways to get fit outdoors in Indianapolis.

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Eight Things to Know: FDA to Regulate e-Cigarettes Like Tobacco

What you need to know about vaping in Indy.

Indy Bubble Soccer
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Indy Bubble Soccer

Need an excuse to knock your buddies around? Suggest a game of bubble soccer.

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Meet Indy’s Personal Fitness Concierge

Open Gym is a fitness pass that gives you access to nearly 400 classes at 40-plus Indy gyms and studios. The only rule: Don’t get too comfortable—you can only visit the same location four times in one month.

Alicia and Jeff Garceau visited doctors in four states to figure out their daughter
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The Wonder Years: Inside a Medical Mystery

I was determined that if the answer to what ailed my daughter was out there, I would find it. And I did, but it took me nearly two years—a process that gave us a firsthand look at the toll a medical mystery can take on a family.

Fort Harrison State Park (Photo courtesy IDNR/Outdoor Indiana magazine
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Top Five: Indy Running Routes

Whether you’re training for the Mini or just out for a light jog, these paths are hard to beat.

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Test Drive: Float Therapy

If you’re looking to soak up some peace and quiet—and who isn’t?—then take the plunge and float your cares away.

Aundrea Dailey (far left) was the first to suspect the Henry County cancer cases were linked. Her father, Paul Bridges (lower left), died of the disease in 2015.
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Dead Ends

Locals in New Castle call West Fair Oaks Road “Cancer Street,” where a curious number of residents share a rare and horrible diagnosis—and wrangle over a medical riddle with no answer.

The Hot Room
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Body Wise: The Hot Room

When Kalgaonkar discovered after moving here that Indy lacked a Bikram option, she didn’t meditate long before opening The Hot Room’s northside location in 2013. Now, downtown has its first studio devoted to the Bikram brand of heated practice.

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Pro Tips for Mini Training from Matt Ebersole

Running the Mini this year? Prep starts now. Here, the owner of Personal Best Training shares his tips.