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  1. SPRING SAVINGS MINIS Spring training registrations are OPEN! Plan your child's spring now! Girls & Boys, Ages 4 to 8 Twice a Week (Saturday & Wednesday) Location: Potomac, MD https://www.tocajuniors.com/programs_spring.html#verticalTab2
  2. TOCA Continuity Soccer Program 2019 Summer Training Improving skills, making friends & staying fit GIRLS & BOYS (AGES 4 TO 😎 Full Session (19 training sessions) INFORMATION & REGISTRATION OPEN! http://www.tocajuniors.com/programs_MINIS_Summer_Soccer_Training_2019.php GIRLS & BOYS (AGES 9 TO 19) Full Session (28 training sessions) INFORMATION & REGISTRATION OPEN! http://www.tocajuniors.com/programs_Summer_Soccer_Training_2019.php ALL PLAYERS WELCOME! Thank you for your support of the TOCA Continuity Soccer Programs! Please share with anyone
  3. Weight loss closely associated with psychiatric illness outcomes Weight loss in obese psychiatric patients may have the potential to not only improve physical health but also improve mental health outcomes, a review investigating the relationship between psychiatric disorders and obesity has found. Murdoch University PhD student and clinical psychologist, Adrian Lopresti, reviewed evidence on the correlation between psychiatric disorders and obesity, with an emphasis on the shared dysregulated biological pathways of both disorders. People with psychiatric disorders, particularly women, expe
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