Framed by Eleanor Castro's legs, Andrea Moreno, center, and Eleanor Verdugo work out in an exercise class at the Fresno American Indian Health Project in April 2015, which utilizes a plan to help patients prevent diabetes and for those diagnosed with diabetes to keep it under control.
Framed by Eleanor Castro's legs, Andrea Moreno, center, and Eleanor Verdugo work out in an exercise class at the Fresno American Indian Health Project in April 2015, which utilizes a plan to help patients prevent diabetes and for those diagnosed with diabetes to keep it under control. JOHN WALKER THE FRESNO BEE
Framed by Eleanor Castro's legs, Andrea Moreno, center, and Eleanor Verdugo work out in an exercise class at the Fresno American Indian Health Project in April 2015, which utilizes a plan to help patients prevent diabetes and for those diagnosed with diabetes to keep it under control. JOHN WALKER THE FRESNO BEE

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