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Vacationing in Orlando, fitness tips and philanthropic work–all that and more on this episode of The Balancing Act!

Were you one of the 72 million tourists who visited Orlando, Fla. last year? With an ever-changing roster of experiences and activities, this central Florida city always has something new and exciting to do! That’s why the Balancing Act correspondent Christina Nicholson and her family are embarking on a fun-filled vacation to the “theme park capital of the world!

Next, meet The Healing Hands Foundation. Hundreds of miles away in remote areas, the organization’s dynamic group of South Florida medical specialists help children suffering from dangerous conditions or deformities.

Also, whether you’re going back to school or just starting your college years, it’s important to pick a university that aligns with both your educational and personal needs. Enter Barry University, located in Miami Shores, Fla. One of the largest Catholic universities in the Southeast, Barry has been recognized as one of “America’s Top Colleges” by Forbes. Are you ready to apply?

Then, after a certain age, many of us struggle with toning our bodies. Don’t sweat it, though. We’ve got the ultimate solution: Core Max. This innovative system combines eight muscle-burning exercises in just eight minutes per day. Stay tuned as celebrity fitness trainer Adriana Martin gives viewers a crash-course on all things fitness!

Clinical trials are an opportunity for patients to receive promising new therapies, but they can be difficult to navigate. Learn how The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Clinical Trial Support Center is helping guide patients.

There are approximately 7,000 known rare diseases, but only 5% of them have an approved treatment. Learn how early intervention, proper management strategies, and clinical trials are key for rare disease patients. 

Friedreich’s Ataxia is a progressive and debilitating neurological disorder. It's important to recognize symptoms and obtain an early diagnosis to properly manage the condition.

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