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USF recently hosted a one day "Obesity Action Summit," bringing together over 250 stakeholders - legislators, researchers, employers and health trainers - to put together a plan to take on obesity. Attendees heard presentations from former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee and other speakers concerned with a problem that affects as much as two-thirds of the American population. The summit's goal was to come up with ways to help people already affected as well as deter future generations from becoming obese.
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Dr. Michel M. Murr, Associate Professor of Surgery, USF College of Medicine
E-mail: mmurrhsc.usf.edu or 813-844-7394

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marines raising the flag
It was the bloodiest conflict in human history. At the time, World War II affected nearly everyone on earth. Many current Bay area residents experienced the struggles of WWII first hand. For Independence Day week, we bring you three Florida Stories from WWII. This Week's Stories: 1. Lars Dohm was a young boy of seven when the war reached his native Denmark. He spoke with his son David about his experience during this difficult time. 2. Our second story comes from John Kelley of Tampa. He talks with his wife Gwynneth about his WWII experience in Miami. At age 13, he and his friends volunteered with the Air Warning Service. From their post atop the Biltmore Hotel, John became quite an aircraft expert. 3. Finally, we hear from Edith Illgen. She was a young girl living in Germany when the war broke out. Edith tells about living under the Hitler regime and the drastic differences from American war life. She speaks with her friend Carol Byrd.
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Alice Babosuk in 1945. Alice would later marry Air Corps pilot Robert J. Ramer
Alice Babosuk was a first year nursing student in Buffalo, New York when she learned that the Japanese had bombed Pearl Harbor. On that day in 1941 she committed herself to completing her education so that she could serve her country in World War II. Alice speaks with her son Robert about her enlistment in the Navy Nurse Corps Reserves.

Music Credits: Nocturne, by Artie Shaw and his Orchestra, Personal Best, Bluebird Records, re-released on BMG

Remembering His Son
Safety Harbor, FL
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