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This February consume naturally vibrant red and pink colored foods for a happy and healthy Valentine’s Day.
not too late to register. If you fear falling or have fallen and live near Roscommon County, this workshop is for you! This free workshop will examine ways to remain safe in your home and community, practice exercises, and explore healthy habits. It's not too late to register. To register, contact 989.366.0205.
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Region 9 Area Agency on Aging is hosting free Health and Wellness and Caregiver workshops via Zoom. For more information or to register, contact Brooke at 989.358.4616, email@example.com or click here: https://forms.office.com/r/BAjyPxTULU
: Chronic Pain PATH is a 6-week, self-management online workshop designed for people living with chronic pain. For more information or to register, contact Brooke at 989.358.4616, firstname.lastname@example.org or click here: https://forms.office.com/r/BAjyPxTULU
Older adults are especially vulnerable to hypothermia because their bodies' response to cold can be diminished by underlying medical conditions such as diabetes and by the use of some medicines, including over-the-counter cold remedies.
In most cases, heart disease is preventable when people adopt a healthy lifestyle, which includes not smoking, maintaining a healthy weight, controlling blood sugar and cholesterol, treating high blood pressure, getting at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity a week, and getting regular checkups.
February is Black History Month, a chance to celebrate the countless great achievements by African-Americans across our state and nation.
Region 9 Area Agency on Aging diet-technician Kelly Robinette defines some of the symptoms of Diabetes, the testing for Diabetes, and is an instructor for ongoing sessions of the Personal Action Toward Health class with a focus on Diabetes management.
The presentation allows persons living with dementia to initiate conversations that many are afraid to have and then answers questions from the attendees. To register, call 989.358.4616, email email@example.com or click here: https://forms.office.com/r/3KHHtV31qe