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Articles by Paria Hassouri

Paria Hassouri is a mother of 3, a pediatrician, a lover of books, shoes, yoga, red wine and craft beer.  She is a late-onset runner who began running at the age of 38 to maintain her sanity after feeling like she was drowning in responsibility. She is now more proud to hear her kids describe her as a runner than a doctor.  You can follow her life on the run on her blog, Mom On The Runsanity, and on her Instagram and Twitter.

  • Oiselle's All-Female Team For The Speed Project 3.0

    By Paria Hassouri

    Meet the six women who will tackle the two day, 340-mile relay race from Santa Monica to Las Vegas and why Oiselle chose them.

  • Why 5 Team WR Members Are Running Boston

    By Paria Hassouri

    You'll recognize the names and faces of the member of Team WR that were chosen to join 7 other runners for Hyland's at the Boston Marathon.

  • 10 Reasons Why I Run

    By Paria Hassouri

    Paria Hassouri shares her answer to the question, "Why do you run so much?"

  • 6 Things We Forget About Before Our Annual Exam

    By Paria Hassouri

    As an athlete, what do you need to watch out for during an annual exam? Here, one marathon-running doctor gives her orders.

  • Here’s Some Running Motivation From President Obama

    By Paria Hassouri

    As we prepare for President Obama to leave office, one runner shares her favorite quotes that double as running motivation.

  • One Huge Lesson I Learned From Running

    By Paria Hassouri

    While writing a pre-race pep talk to a friend, Paria Hassouri realized the most important lesson that she has learned from running.

  • NYC Marathon Story Is All The Feels

    By Paria Hassouri

    A chance encounter on the Queensboro Bridge at Mile 15 of the New York City Marathon changed one runner's motivation mid-race.

  • Replacing Disordered Eating With Disordered Exercise

    By Paria Hassouri

    After struggling with her own disordered eating, here's how one physician turned to running to work through emotions in a healthy way.

  • What The October Issue Means To Me

    By Paria Hassouri

    When she received our October issue , Paria Hassouri had an overwhelming feeling seeing a fellow muslim on the cover.

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