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Melanie Cole, MS Melanie is a practicing exercise physiologist/ personal trainer with a client retention rate of 20+ years. Nearly unheard of in the world of personal trainers. Read more

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RadioMD’s “talking” Health A-Z hosted by senior health correspondent, Melanie Cole, MS. Melanie interviews experts in the world of health, wellness, fitness and medicine.

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