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December 15, 1997 | VANESSA HUA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Packy and Marlon, plucky pachyderms in a children's video game, charge through summer camp and blast peanuts at their enemies. And every now and then, they stop to measure their blood glucose level. The diabetic elephants are just two of the characters created by Health Hero Network Inc., a unique Mountain View software developer that's created a new genre of games on children's health issues.
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December 15, 1997 | VANESSA HUA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Packy and Marlon, plucky pachyderms in a children's video game, charge through summer camp and blast peanuts at their enemies. And every now and then, they stop to measure their blood glucose level. The diabetic elephants are just two of the characters created by Health Hero Network Inc., a unique Mountain View software developer that's created a new genre of games on children's health issues.
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May 22, 2000 | SYLVIA PAGAN WESTPHAL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Corinne Pyle thought she would have to give up her golfing, gardening and active social life after congestive heart failure sent her to a hospital two years ago. But the 95-year-old Laguna Woods resident is back to her firecracker self, keeping her condition in check by calling in her weight and blood pressure results weekly to LifeMasters Supported SelfCare Inc., a Newport Beach company that monitors her condition.
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