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Marathon season is officially in full swing: The Twin Cites marathon is coming up Sunday, Oct. 6; the Kansas City marathon is Oct. 19; and the New York City marathon is on Nov. 3. Whether you're running a marathon, planning to train for one, or are just interested in learning more about marathons – You should join @StarTribune and @MayoClinic for a #MarathonChat 12-1 p.m. CT Wednesday, Oct. 2. Topics discussed will include staying healthy before, during and after the big race; nutrition for marathon runners; how to have your best run; common injuries marathon runners face and how can you avoid them; the pros and cons of running as an exercise; and more. Star Tribune’s @allieshah will moderate and Mayo Clinic physicians will participate, along with experts from @lifetimefitness, @lifetimerun, @mplsrunning, @UMN_Health and the Twin Cities Marathon Medical Director Bill Roberts. Never participated in a chat before, or want tips on how to participate effectively? Watch this video. Questions? Email Nick Hanson at: email@example.com or Allie Shah at: AllieShah@startribune.com.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ODdqrBwWDxg Dr. Miguel Cabanela participated in a recent news conference, held by Spain’s Royal House regarding an upcoming hip surgery for King Juan Carlos. Dr. Cabanela is an orthopedic surgeon at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn. He will direct the King’s medical treatment and surgical team in Madrid, Spain, throughout the coming days. Information from Mayo Clinic regarding Dr. Miguel Cabanela, orthopedic surgery and hip replacement surgery is included below. Click here for basic information on Dr. Miguel Cabanela.