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Yakima students learn about healthy living (photos)

Marco Rodriguez listens to his heart during a lesson on healthy living Feb. 7, 2013 in their preschool classroom at Barge-Lincoln Elementary School in Yakima. The youngsters learned the importance of exercise and healthy eating in a presentation given by Dr. Fatima Ahmed, a resident doctor at Central Washington Family Medicine. The students were also given a book detailing healthy living habits to take home and read with their parents. The program is a partnership between EPIC and CWFM in which doctors visit EPIC's Headstart classrooms throughout the Yakima Valley to teach youngsters the importance of exercise and healthy eating. (GORDON KING/Yakima Herald-Republic) (GORDON KING/Yakima Herald-Republic)

  • Victor Hurtado and his classmates learn the importance of eating five servings of fruit and vegetables each day during a lesson on healthy living Feb. 7, 2013 in their preschool classroom at Barge-Lincoln Elementary School in Yakima. The youngsters learned the importance of exercise and healthy eating in a presentation given by Dr. Fatima Ahmed, a resident doctor at Central Washington Family Medicine. The students were also given a book detailing healthy living habits to take home and read with their parents. The program is a partnership between EPIC and CWFM in which doctors visit EPIC's Headstart classrooms throughout the Yakima Valley to teach youngsters the importance of exercise and healthy eating. (GORDON KING/Yakima Herald-Republic)

(GORDON KING/Yakima Herald-Republic)
  • Vanesa Perez listens to her heart during a lesson on healthy living Feb. 7, 2013 in their preschool classroom at Barge-Lincoln Elementary School in Yakima. The youngsters learned the importance of exercise and healthy eating in a presentation given by Dr. Fatima Ahmed, a resident doctor at Central Washington Family Medicine. The students were also given a book detailing healthy living habits to take home and read with their parents. The program is a partnership between EPIC and CWFM in which doctors visit EPIC's Headstart classrooms throughout the Yakima Valley to teach youngsters the importance of exercise and healthy eating. (GORDON KING/Yakima Herald-Republic)

(GORDON KING/Yakima Herald-Republic)
  • Marco Rodriguez listens to his heart during a lesson on healthy living Feb. 7, 2013 in their preschool classroom at Barge-Lincoln Elementary School in Yakima. The youngsters learned the importance of exercise and healthy eating in a presentation given by Dr. Fatima Ahmed, a resident doctor at Central Washington Family Medicine. The students were also given a book detailing healthy living habits to take home and read with their parents. The program is a partnership between EPIC and CWFM in which doctors visit EPIC's Headstart classrooms throughout the Yakima Valley to teach youngsters the importance of exercise and healthy eating. (GORDON KING/Yakima Herald-Republic)

(GORDON KING/Yakima Herald-Republic)
  • Victor Hurtado and his classmates do a dance during a lesson on healthy living Feb. 7, 2013 in their preschool classroom at Barge-Lincoln Elementary School in Yakima. The youngsters learned the importance of exercise and healthy eating in a presentation given by Dr. Fatima Ahmed, a resident doctor at Central Washington Family Medicine. The students were also given a book detailing healthy living habits to take home and read with their parents. The program is a partnership between EPIC and CWFM in which doctors visit EPIC's Headstart classrooms throughout the Yakima Valley to teach youngsters the importance of exercise and healthy eating. (GORDON KING/Yakima Herald-Republic)

(GORDON KING/Yakima Herald-Republic)
  • Juven Martinez listens to his heart during a lesson on healthy living Feb. 7, 2013 in their preschool classroom at Barge-Lincoln Elementary School in Yakima. The youngsters learned the importance of exercise and healthy eating in a presentation given by Dr. Fatima Ahmed, a resident doctor at Central Washington Family Medicine. The students were also given a book detailing healthy living habits to take home and read with their parents. The program is a partnership between EPIC and CWFM in which doctors visit EPIC's Headstart classrooms throughout the Yakima Valley to teach youngsters the importance of exercise and healthy eating. (GORDON KING/Yakima Herald-Republic)

(GORDON KING/Yakima Herald-Republic)
  • Vanesa Perez listens to classmate Emilio Luna's heart during a lesson on healthy living Feb. 7, 2013 in their preschool classroom at Barge-Lincoln Elementary School in Yakima. The youngsters learned the importance of exercise and healthy eating in a presentation given by Dr. Fatima Ahmed, a resident doctor at Central Washington Family Medicine. The students were also given a book detailing healthy living habits to take home and read with their parents. The program is a partnership between EPIC and CWFM in which doctors visit EPIC's Headstart classrooms throughout the Yakima Valley to teach youngsters the importance of exercise and healthy eating. (GORDON KING/Yakima Herald-Republic)


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