Alba López, who has diabetes, practices lunges outside of her home.
Alba López, who has diabetes, practices lunges outside of her home. CHRIS CUTRO FOR THE MIAMI HERALD
Alba López, who has diabetes, practices lunges outside of her home. CHRIS CUTRO FOR THE MIAMI HERALD

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