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Health, Wellness & Sports

GSDBA endorses proposed health care bill

The Greater San Diego Business Association (GSDBA) board recently passed a motion endorsing the Affordable Health Care for America Act.

New "Final Four Fling" seeks to attract lesbian basketball fans

This April, on the eve of the NCAA Women's Final Four Championship semifinals games, a San Diego woman will host the first event in what she hopes will become the annual Dinah Shore weekend of women's basketball - "The Final Four Fling."

Czyczynska: Tiger Woods is one type of tiger that could kill

Regardless of whether he heals his marriage, overcomes his desires and gains back his fans and endorsements, one glaring omission needs to be addressed from Tiger Woods’ long list of confessions. It’s the issue that matters most. Not once did Woods take responsibility for the physical harm he introduced to his family when he introduced other women to his proclivities.

Five hot workouts shaping up San Diego

I put myself through this rigorous – but fun – assignment to reveal the off-the-beaten-path workouts that would entice anyone from those new to exercise to the seasoned athlete, or anyone in between who may be looking to spruce up their fitness routine and challenge their bodies in a new way.

Commentary: Tiger Woods must follow statement with action

Tiger Wood, who was always held in such high regard, used self critical terms like irresponsible and selfish. He spoke of money and fame and a feeling of entitlement to do whatever he wanted, with whomever he wanted.

Shaun White, McTwist take San Diego to Vancouver

I’m not even going to attempt to describe Olympic snowboarder Shaun White’s new signature trick, other than to say if you didn’t see his second run, find the video and watch in awe.

Feeling Ill? Exercise Do’s and Don'ts

When your body is at full health, the lowered immune system is not a problem and yes this stress on it will ultimately allow it to become stronger over months of good exercise. Yet, if you are beginning to become sick or feel the signs of an illness, exercise can make what would have been a mild bout more serious.