Kimberly Arzu, 17, completed the Healthy Chicas wellness program with her mom, at Miami Children's Hospital. During the 10-week program, moms and their teenage daughters learn about different type of physical activity and healthy eating.
Kimberly Arzu, 17, completed the Healthy Chicas wellness program with her mom, at Miami Children's Hospital. During the 10-week program, moms and their teenage daughters learn about different type of physical activity and healthy eating. Miami Children’s Hospital
Kimberly Arzu, 17, completed the Healthy Chicas wellness program with her mom, at Miami Children's Hospital. During the 10-week program, moms and their teenage daughters learn about different type of physical activity and healthy eating. Miami Children’s Hospital

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